The Bluey! project by Monkey Scout is the latest project to achieve 10,000 supporters on LEGO Ideas. Maybe I’m too boomer to know what this is about and it’s the first time that I’ve heard of it but it’s based on an Australian TV show and it’s popular enough to hit the 10k goal in three days. The build features the main characters in brick-built form and it also has their house and car.
The project now joins Lilo & Stitch: Beach House, Indiana Jones, Raiders of the Lost Ark – 40th Anniversary, Motorized Steampunk Skyship, Auto Repair Garage 1930s, Fishing in Muddy Waters, Lisbon Tram (Electrico de Lisboa), Medieval Alchemist, Working Orrery, Jim Henson’s Labyrinth: Escher Room, Working Polaroid Sun 600 LMS, LEGO Mushroom House, The World of Engineering: Types of Bridges, The Art Center, University of Brickester, Tuscan Villa, Traditional Japanese Village, The Krusty Krab – Spongebob Squarepants, Viking Village, Sikorsky S-70I Firehawk Cal Fire Edition, Medieval Guarded Inn, Taskmaster, Ski Chalet, Red London Telephone Box, Witch House, The Old Train Engine Shed, Terraria, The Great Wave Off Kanagawa, Gravity Falls: The Mystery Shack, Chinese Garden, Sony Walkman, Golden Trumpet Tree With Park Bench, The A-Team: I Love It When a Plan Comes Together, The Treasury – Petra, Heartstopper Charlie’s Room, Medieval Watchtower, Garfield – 2-in-1, Armada … Continue
LEGO has officially revealed the next LEGO Ideas set with the Motorized Lighthouse (21335). Releasing on September 1, the set has 2,065 piece and retails for $299.99. The set makes use of a motor to light up the structure as well as turning the light inside. Our review of the set should be coming soon so stay tuned for that.
SHINE A BEACON OF LIGHT INTO YOUR HOME WITH THE LEGO® IDEAS MOTORIZED LIGHTHOUSE SET
18th August 2022: The LEGO Group has revealed a bright new set – The LEGO® Ideas Motorized Lighthouse. The latest LEGO Ideas set is a fan-inspired design, towering in height at 50cm tall – and is a unique way to add a new display piece to your home as it comes complete with a motorized light.
Full of details, the 2,065 piece set is designed authentically to mirror how a real lighthouse operates. It sits on its own island, with a staircase leading up to the lightkeeper’s cottage, plus two minifigures and their boat also add detail to the display.
The LEGO Ideas Motorized Lighthouse is based on an idea shared by 20-year old, Canadian LEGO fan, Sandro Quattrini. Sandro submitted his original concept on the LEGO Ideas platform, where it reached 10,000 votes from fellow LEGO fans. The concept was then commissioned by the LEGO Group to be made into a real set.
Sandro, who is currently studying animation, was inspired to design the lighthouse by a childhood trip. “My mother loves lighthouses, and she has been telling me
If you get emails from LEGO, you may have received one regarding the LEGO VIP Program that may give some good news on how you use your points for discounts. You now don’t have to know how much of a discount you want ahead of your purchase as you can now apply discounts at increments of $1/£1/1€ with a minimum amount claimed to be $5/£5/5€. Another benefit of the new system is that you can pay for an order using only VIP points if you desire. This will also work at LEGO Brand Stores as well. All you need is your email or your physical/digital card when you checkout.
Important update to your LEGO® VIP Program
We’re introducing some changes that will make it easier for you to get discounts on LEGO® products using your VIP Points.
You now no longer need to decide in advance how or where you want to use your discount. Any discount redeemed with VIP Points can be spent online, in store or by phone.
We’re also looking to make the in-store VIP experience more secure. To earn or use your VIP Points, you’ll now need to provide your card number or email address for your account. Please make sure you bring your card or details with you, as store associates will no longer be able to access your account without that information. The email address used for this communication should be the one associated with your account.
If you have any unused discounts from in-store or phone discount rewards that
It looks like LEGO is trying to get rid of the LEGO Icons FC Barcelona Camp Nou (10284) as they have a 40% discount going on right now on the LEGO Shop. The set is now priced at $209.99 which saves you $140 on it and that drops the price per piece ratio to just $.04. Remember to use Rakuten to earn some cash back on your purchases.
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LEGO has kicked off another building contest in collaboration with Target to find the next LEGO Ideas set. For this build, it has to be centered around what family means to you. Entries are due by September 28 at 6am EST and there will be a fan vote to choose the winner from the list gathered by the judging panel from all the entries. The winning entry will get:
• 1% of total net sales of the product
• 10 complimentary copies of your LEGO Ideas set
• Credit and bio in set materials as the LEGO Ideas Fan Designer
Back in May, there was a fan vote for an exclusive LEGO Ideas set that will be released at Target and the results are now in. With 16,317 votes, the winner is the Viking Village by BrickHammer. Working Mini Golf Course – Fully Playable had 11,575 votes while Marine Life had 6,732. The final details for Viking Village is still not known yet but it’ll most likely be next year when it releases. For those outside of the US or don’t have a Target, the set will be available normally through the LEGO Shop or at your local LEGO Brand Store.
RESULTS – TARGET X LEGO IDEAS SET VOTE!
We’ve tallied the votes of the Target x LEGO Ideas Set Vote and are finally ready to share the results of this exciting and extraordinary fan vote, our first collaboration with U.S. retailer Target. The fan vote sought to give one previous 10K creation a second chance at becoming an official LEGO set based on your input.
The 3 amazing product ideas that were up for contention were:
• Working Mini Golf Course – Fully Playable by LEGOParadise
• Viking Village by BrickHammer
• Marine Life by Brick Dangerous
Before sharing the results we wish to thank all 3 members for participating as well as the over 34000 members for casting their votes and showing us which set you would love to see on shelves.
Without further ado, we’re delighted to reveal the winning design “Viking Village” by BrickHammer, which won the fan vote with a resounding
Earlier this year, LEGO announced a new game coming this year that is developed by Clockstone called LEGO Bricktales. It’s a puzzle style game that takes you through five LEGO themed biomes using a new brick building mechanic to solve said puzzles. The only thing we didn’t know about is which game systems it will be on except for PC since there’s a Steam demo. Today, Thunderful Games has revealed that LEGO Bricktales will be on PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, XBox X/S, XBox One, and Nintendo Switch. More details of the game will most likely be revealed next week during Gamescom 2022.