LEGO Ideas is currently celebrating its 15th anniversary, with the theme originally being called CUUSOO and having launched back in 2008. To mark the occasion, fans have been challenged with creating a build that represents what LEGO Ideas means to them and incorporating the number ’15’ somewhere on their creation.
The first stage of the contest has now officially closed, with LEGO Ideas having announced that a whopping 307 submissions have successfully made it through to the fan vote. Members can take a look through the various designs featured on the LEGO Ideas website, select the one that they think fulfils the criteria of the competition and then cast their vote accordingly.
There’s a diverse selection of original models to choose from for sure, which will make picking just one even trickier. Stand-outs include the frankly bonkers Global Creativity: Unleashing the Imagination Across Borders, the minifigure mind-blowing 15 Years of Ideas, the number-based Make It Whole and many, many more.
The LEGO Ideas 15th anniversary contest fan vote will remain open until December 13, when the top 30 models will then be evaluated by the judging team. The winning entries will be announced by December 15, when we’ll all find out which design will be awarded the grand prize package and runner-up prizes below:
|Grand prize contents
|Runners-up prize contents
|– 3-day 2-night trip for 2 people to Billund, Denmark, including two spots on the LEGO Fan Tour, LEGO Campus Tour and lunch with LEGO Ideas team
– 15 different LEGO Ideas sets including 21338 A-Frame Cabin, 21339 BTS Dynamite, 21340 Tales of the Space Age, 21341 Disney Hocus Pocus: The Sanderson Sisters’ Cottage, 21342 The Insect Collection and 21343 Viking Village
– Custom LEGO trophy
|– 15 LEGO Ideas sets
– Custom LEGO trophy
To vote for the design you think should ultimately win, head to the LEGO Ideas 15th anniversary contest landing page right here and make your selection.
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