Here’s a proposed LEGO Ideas set that fans of BBC’s detective series Sherlock should be thrilled about. The proposed LEGO Ideas Sherlock 10th Anniversary: 221b Baker Street is created by LEGO Ideas member Detective Studios1 to mark the 10th years of BBC show Sherlock, featuring the show’s iconic location of 221b Baker Street.
I am sure the idea of a brick-built, giant LEGO Minifig isn’t new. But since this popped up on our radar and it appears to be cohesive, we thought we should help Seb_E get in some support.
The LEGO Ideas green-lit project 123 Sesame Street by Ivan Guerrero is finally hitting the shelves. There is a lot to celebrate about the LEGO Ideas 21324 123 Sesame Street set here.
Bad news for those who are looking forward to get your hands on the official LEGO Ideas sets of Tesla Cybertruck, Knight Rider’s K.I.T.T. and Spongebob Squarepants’ Krusty Krab Diner.
Here’s a LEGO Ideas submission that is sure to tug the heartstrings of those grew up in the 70s and 80s. What you see here is the VR-052 Ride-Armor aka Battle Cyclone inspired by 80s cartoon series, Robotech, by LEGO Ideas member daikoncat. Pretty wild, right?
TBH, I have never gotten into the E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial hype when the film was out in 1982. But to see someone proposing to bring one of the 80s icons to life in LEGO form is, nevertheless, pretty thrilling.
Space nuts are going to dig what LEGO Ideas member Jeno1 have created. The LEGO enthusiast with a passion for NASA and all-thing space vehicles has proposed the idea of a Airstream NASA Astrovan.
It is official, folks. The LEGO Ideas submission Spongebob Squarepants The Krusty Krab has garnered 10,000 support (and in just 43 days!) and it is in review. In other words, the most recognizable underwater diner in the world could an official LEGO set. So, keep your fingers crossed, Spongies!
Motoring enthusiasts will sure to appreciate what LEGO Ideas member joemaruschak did here – even if they aren’t a fan of LEGO. joemaruschak has created a LEGO MOC simply called Early 1900s Race Car.
Holy shit. The iconic self-aware and self-driving crime-fighting vehicle from the 80s TV series Knight Rider may have a shot at becoming an official LEGO set! And we really have to thank Danish LEGO enthusiast and serial LEGO Ideas submitter, Jimmy Jakobsen aka Jimmy-DK.