New record for LEGO Ideas qualifying submissions with 57 entries for the First 2021 Review [News]

The latest review qualification round for the LEGO Ideas set a new record at a whopping 57 submissions. These creations have reached the 10,000 supporter milestone and therefore qualify for the First 2021 Review. 

The 57 sets achieved the milestone between January 2021 and up to today’s qualifying date, the 3rd of May 2021. The full list of qualifying projects can be found here on the LEGO Ideas Blog Page.

However, the LEGO Ideas team mentions one of the projects was removed from the list due to violating IP guidelines of the platform.

Unfortunately, we’ve had to remove one of the submissions titled “Stadium Tour” that had reached 10,000 supporters. When submitting creations based on intellectual properties it is imperative that members follow the guidelines for intellectual properties that we have, including listing whether or not a submission is based on such if that is the case.

 

1. The Princess Bride: The Guilder Frontier by FSLeinad

 

2. Tutankhamun by Swan Dutchman

 

3. The Nightmare Before Christmas – Halloween Town by Tvrulesmylife

 

4. Hyrule Castle (The Legend of Zelda) by Artem Biziaev

 

5. The Polar Express by Minibrick Productions

 

6. Steampunk Airship by BrickHammer

 

7. Baba Yaga by Artem Biziaev

 

8. The Office by SoGenius106

 

9. LEGO DNA Double Helix Discovery by LegoDNA

 

10. The X-Files: I Want To Believe by BrentWaller

 

11. Metroid: Samus Aran’s Gunship by L-DI-EGO

 

12. The House of Chocolate by Lepralego

 

13. Chitty Flies Again! by Norders

 

14 Among Us: The Skeld Detailed Map by VaderFan2187

 

15. Welcome to the Black Parade by VNMBricks

 

16. Succulent Garden by Succulent Joe

 

17. The Village Post Office by Bricked1980

 

18. Train Bookends by Jimmi-DK

 

19. LEGO Viking Ship by JonasKramm

 

20. Jazz Quartet by Hsinwei Chi

 

21. Animal Crossing: New Horizons Paradise by TiagoCatarino

 

22. Medieval Marketplace by DominikQN

 

23. Bike Lanes by MarcelSteeman

 

24. Working Bowling Alley – With Functional Pinsetter & Ball Return! by LEGOParadise

 

25. Asterix & Obelix by ZetoVince GP

 

26. LEGO Bookends by farmfarm

 

27. The Shire, The Hobbithole of Frodo and Bilbo Baggins by TB Brickcreator

 

28. The King’s Castle by BrickHammer

 

29. Charlie and The Chocolate Factory by FACEBRICKUP

 

30. The Trulli of Alberobello by Renato Lovicario RennaWSL

 

31. Ancient Greek Temple by HP_Brixxter

 

32. The Karate Kid “Wax On, Wax Off”by Delusion Brick

 

33. Claus Toys by Bricky_Brick

 

34. The Sewing Workshop by Bricky_Brick

 

35. My LEGO Totoro (Feat. Cat Bus) by legotruman

 

36. NASA’s SLS & Artemis by Matthew Nolan & Whatsuptoday & Albinolan

 

37. The Lisbon Tram by Bricky_Brick

 

38. Via Rail Canada – The Canadian by NickLafreniere1

 

39. Castle of Lord AFOL and the Black Knights by SleeplessNight

 

40. SpaceX Starship and Super Heavy (BFR) by haymaw99 & khehmeyer

 

41. The Simpsons – The Krusty Burger by FastBrickStudios

 

42. LEGO Modular Expansin Pack by Fargo73

 

43. 4½-Litre 1927-31 Bentley ‘Blower’ by bencroot19

 

44. Fantasy Castle by LEGO Monkey

 

45. The Castle of Brickwood Forest by poVoq

 

46. Violin by SAMUEL HO

 

47. Marine Life by Brick Dangerous

 

48. LEGO Astronaut by legotruman

 

49. The Office by Lego The Office

 

50. Winter Snow Globes by legotruman

 

51. A Map of Middle-Earth by Artem Biziaev

 

52. Retro Arcade by If You Build It

 

53. Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs by Hanwasyellowfirst

 

54. A Nice Day At The Farm by Adri Clo

 

55. The Forth Bridge by michaeldineen7

 

56. Scania Next Generation S730 by mpj83

 

57. Modular Portal Testing Chamber by Angry4rtichoke

 

7 comments on “New record for LEGO Ideas qualifying submissions with 57 entries for the First 2021 Review [News]

  1. winstonheard

    I always cheer for cars, so I’d love to see the Bentley picked. But I feel like a version of it (and Chitty Bang Bang?) were rejected fairly recently. I kinda wish Lego would do a preliminary whittling-down before this stage. Odds are we aren’t getting another Simpsons set and there are two Office submissions. There must be a cleaner way of doing this. But I suppose they want as much participation as possible

  2. Mr. Thrawn

    The Office twice in one review. Wow. Totoro also has a decent chance if they can get the license from Ghibli, which is notoriously stingy about third-party products.

  3. jimmy

    I would buy the Totoro set, my kiddo adores that movie and I love it too. Besides the office, Id’ say there is clearly some demand for castle! I wonder how the just introduced Creator Great Knight’s Castle might influence things, even though it is a far cry from these ideas sets.

  4. Richard P

    57 decent entries, but you know that Lego will reject 56 of them, and the last one will be changed significantly before being announced as the Ideas product. The chosen one will also not appeal to most people.

  5. Kevinb120

    Chitty chitty saw it before looks great(although dated subject even for most afol) Like the astronaut and the castle of lord too. Saw some others but a lot of overlap with current sets/themes. The artisan one being the violin, but somewhat of a niche. If it were another rocket a saturn v scale mercury small kit with basic pad would be aces.

  6. Kevinb120

    The more I look at these again(especially on the big screen at home), the more I like that astronaut-really never covered before while Lego is doing their best space models ever and the Karate Kid setup with the prevalence of Cobra Kai has two generations back in touch.

    That chitty car still looks fantastic though, although I doubt we would ever get that much chrome and brass. If those techniques were used to build a Bentley Blower(or early Rolls) I’d be all in.

    Brickwood Forrest Castle and the Midevil Marketplace are superstars.

  7. StevenL

    One could hope that, at some point, LEGO would restrict the use of IPs, so that some of the amazing originals ideas would get more attention.

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