Ochre Jelly’s submission to LEGO Ideas of Freddie Mercury may be a simple one, but somehow it managed to bring out the spirit of the flamboyant front man of British rock band, Queen. We certainly hope it get enough support to be considered as an official set.
Originally created by Australian LEGO MOC talent Brent Waller for the 80s sitcom’s 30th anniversary as an LEGO Ideas submission in 2019, the LEGO Ideas Seinfeld 30th Anniversary Set was green lit a year ago and it is now finally an official set money can buy.
Many worthy LEGO Ideas creations made it to three LEGO review each year. While there were exceptions, unfortunately in most instances, there can only be one. Anyhoo, as far as the third LEGO Ideas review results go, the ‘one’ is the LEGO Ideas Motorized Lighthouse by Sandro Quattrini aka Roses Must Build.
We have featured art created with a typewriter, an e-ink screen typewriter, a typewriter-style keyboard, but never the actual typewriter. And you know what? That hasn’t change with this typewriter because, what you are looking at, isn’t a real typewriter either.
As the post title said. I am not a fan of ants (or any insect for that matter), but strangely, I find myself wishing for the LEGO Ideas Jack Jumper Ant by Slekk024 to be a real set.
Here’s another LEGO Ideas submission that has won the hearts of many and too good not to mention. This is a LEGO replica of the Auto Union Type C Race Car straight from the 1930s.
There is a record-breaking 57 LEGO Ideas submissions that have reached 10,000 supporter milestone and therefore qualify for the First 2021 review. TBH, I wouldn’t have notice this news if not for one particular proposed set: LEGO Astronaut by legotruman.
Have you ever imagine yourself bathing in a tub of LEGO bricks? Never mind if you never did because, there’s at least one guy who did and he has created a beautiful and fun LEGO kinetic art to express this desire.
Previously a shortlisted LEGO Ideas submission, the Winnie the Pooh set proposed by LEGO Ideas member Ben Alder, aka benlouisa, has been green lit and became an official LEGO set.
If you love all-thing aviation and love LEGO too, then you may want to drop your support for this proposed LEGO set by Bricklayer79. If there’s anything lacking in LEGO official offerings, it would be realistic looking aircraft – especially classic airplane.