Over the past months, the LEGO Review Board has been eagerly reviewing the 5 creative product ideas that reached 10,000 supporters between September 2018 and early January 2019. It's always a delight for us to see such high quality LEGO creations and have the pleasure to review them.
Thank you and congrats to all five 10K members of this review round as well as all the passionate fans who've supported them and helped bring them to this stage of the LEGO Ideas experience!
Check out the announcement presented by host Ali Plumb and LEGO Ideas Associate Engagement Manager, Hasan Jensen.
Dinosaurs Fossils Skeletons - Natural History Collection
Congratulations to Jonathan Brunn a.k.a. Mukkinn for this highly educational and display-worthy set of intricate dinosaur skeleton fossils. Although we can't bring them back to life, we can certainly look forward to an epic LEGO tribute to these ancient creatures.
If you'd like to learn more about Jonathan then make sure to check out his 10K Club Interview.
Playable LEGO Piano - Requires Further Review
Although we can't congratulate Donny Chen a.k.a. SleepyCow for this faithful brick-built AND playable replica of a Grand Piano quite yet we're happy to say that it's caught the attention of the review board and due to its complexity requires further review. We'll share an update in the next review results later this year.
If you'd like to learn more about Donny then make sure to check out his 10K Club Interview, which also gives a great indication of why the review board finds his submission very interesting.
Design, pricing, and availability
The dinosaur skeletons are being planned for a 2019 launch, however we’re still working out the final product design, pricing and availability for this set, so check back on LEGO Ideas later in the year for more details.
Next review results coming in the fall of 2019
As you likely know, the next batch of LEGO Ideas projects are already in review. We’re considering these 9 product ideas that reached 10,000 supporters between January and May January 2019 as possible future LEGO sets. We’ll share results of the First 2019 LEGO review period in the fall of 2019.