The most popular design would then be made into a 1,000-piece puzzle and be sold to the general public, earning the lucky contestant 1% of the net profit. On top of that, the winner also gets an array of prizes, including LEGO Ideas 21322 Pirates of Barracuda Bay, 21324 123 Sesame Street, 21325 Medieval Blacksmith, 21326 Winnie The Pooh, and a selection of items from LEGO Publishing and Chronicle Books
You can find the full list of all 40 winning designs on the LEGO Ideas blog and there’s just one day left to make your decision. There are ten builds per category, but you can only back one entry. Browse through all of the impressive submissions before helping your favourite climb to the top.