When I asked the question ‘What’s next for LEGO Super Mario?’ last month, I had no idea what sort of response we would have. The sets had just hit the market, and people were still exploring what the system is capable of. However, that didn’t stop people from submitting over 20 entries. some were created digitally, some were created with Super Mario elements that they already had, and some were put together using their own bricks!Continue reading
Back in March, following on from the release of the DC Superheroes Collectable Minifigures, the Rambling Brick called on readers to build a minifigure habitat for a hero. Based on an 8x8x8 standard, the brief was to build a habitat for a hero, recognising that not all heroes have capes.
The contest also coincided with parts of the world going into relative lockdown, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. As such, we had a fantastic response, receiving over 50 entries from around the world.Continue reading
Last week I presented my review of the Series 19 Minifigures. There are some great figures in this set, as well as some interesting accessories.
Now, I was sent a complete box of figures, but only really want one of the 3 complete sets in the box, so as with the Disney figures earlier in the year, I would like to run a competition, similar to the last.
Yes, build a minifigure habitat for one of the series 19 minifigures. This is an 8×8 plate, with one side and one back wall, designed to stack with others. You can have a little overhang over the open edges, but not extend more than 8 bricks above the plate at the base.Continue reading
Another day where Too Many Things arrive in the inbox in Rapid Succession. These include a Star Wars Fan Event at the LEGO House, a Survey about LEGO stores and two new Ideas Contests (replacing what was once known as Rebrick). These have all arrived via the Ambassadors Network, an online community where recognised Fan Media, and Recognised LEGO User Groups Gather… read on for further details.Continue reading
A few weeks ago, I announced our building competition, to win one of two ‘76109 Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantum Realm Explorers’, thanks to our friends in the AFOL Engagement team at the LEGO Group. Continue reading
Do you have a favorite building, structure, or landmark? Even if it’s no longer standing or you’ve moved away, architecture marvels can still be meaningful to us. In this last LEGO Rebrick contest, we invite you to build your most beloved place, city, or building using LEGO bricks!
One grand prize winner, will win:
• 21019 The Eiffel Tower, 21028 New York City, 21029 Buckingham Palace, 21030 United States Capitol Building, 21032 Sydney, 21033 Chicago, 21034 London, 21035 Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum®, 21036 Arc de Triomphe, 21037 LEGO® House, 21039 Shanghai, 21041 Great Wall of China, 21042 Statue of Liberty, and an upcoming 2018 LEGO Architecture product not yet revealed
• $200 shopping spree on Shop.LEGO.com
• Winner’s certificate
We will also have two runner ups, who will win 21032 Sydney, 21033 Chicago, 21034 London, 21035 Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum®, 21036 Arc de Triomphe, 21039 Shanghai, 21041 Great Wall of China, 21042 Statue of Liberty, an upcoming 2018 LEGO Architecture product not yet revealed, and a Winner’s certificate.
The contest ends August 2nd, learn more and enter at:
This might be the final Rebrick Contest, but don’t worry: these contests will be moving over onto the LEGO Ideas Contest platform, from the start of September. All content on Rebrick will no longer be accessible at that time. This will move all of crowdsourced content onto the one platform. The Ideas platform has also just undergone a general revamp as well. Don’t forget to check over there for new competitions from LEGO, come September 1st. Until then…
It is almost January. This means that Brickvention is just around the corner. Brickvention is Australia’s premiere LEGO® Fan Convention and Public Exhibition. Starting on Friday, January 19th with a fan convention, there are two days of public exhibition running on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st. As in recent years, the event will take place in the beautiful heritage listed Royal Exhibitions Buildings, just a few minutes from the central business district of Melbourne. LEGO fans from around the country come to exhibit their LEGO Models, catch up with old friends and to make some new ones. All while sharing their passion for LEGO Bricks. Continue reading
This year, we have seen an influx of new tile designs, especially curves and angles. Out friends over at New Elementary are running a contest to design the phrase “LEGO DNA” with a font made of tiles, including at least one of the new elements. Up for grabs is a collection of the new tiles – 250 of them. Digital entries are encouraged. Continue reading
After the unveiling of the BMW Motorrad ‘Hover Bike’ concept model at LEGO World last month, LEGO Rebrick are running a competition for Technic Motorcycle fans: Build to the Future. Using primarily Technic Elements, build the BMW motorcycle of the future – 50 – 100 years from now. Submit your entry on Rebrick by May 5th.
There will be one grand prize and nine runners up. The grand prize winner who will receive:
The 10th anniversary celebrations for the LEGO® Creator Modular Buildings continues. LEGOrebrick have just announced an opportunity to win EVERY MODULAR BUILDING SET EVER( released at time of contest)!