LEGO Ideas Activity asks fans to try knolling

The latest LEGO Ideas Activity is asking fans to do some knolling – the practice of fastidiously laying out pieces in paralell and at 90 degree angles.

LEGO Ideas has launched a new Activity, but it doesn#t require any building – it’s about laying out LEGO bricks and taking a picture of them.

Here is the official explanation of what the Activity is looking for – builders should share their builds on the very same page it has been announced:

Knolling is the process of arranging related objects in parallel or 90-degree angles as a method of organization, let’s see some LEGO set knolling!

The Brick Blogger has published a post explaining what knolling is.

LEGO Ideas 21323 Grand Piano review

This is part of a series on LEGO Ideas that gives little tasks for builders to get involved with – there are no prizes, they are just a way to get involved with building something quick for fun. Each challenge is intended to be something quick and fun, unlike the more in-depth building required for a competition or product idea.

LEGO Ideas 21313 Ship in a Bottle and 21309 NASA Apollo Saturn V are about to be reissued, shortly after being retired.

The deadline for this Activity is September 29 at 10.00am CEST.

The last LEGO Ideas Activity asked fans to build mini landmarks.

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