LEGO Ideas First 2019 Review Results
Over the past 4 months, the LEGO Review Board has been busily evaluating the 9 product ideas that reached 10,000 supporters between early January and early May 2019. On top of that they've also continued their evaluation of the Playable LEGO Piano, which required more time for them to review due to its immense complexity.
As always, we'd like to say a big thanks to all 10K members of this review period who got this far. We're constantly blown away by the creativity that the LEGO community continues to show us.
Check out the announcement presented by LEGO Ideas Engagement Manager, Hasan Jensen, and LEGO Ideas Design Manager, Samuel Johnson.
Playable LEGO Piano
After a prolonged review period that was required due to the sheer engineering complexity of this piano, we'd like to congratulate Donny Chen a.k.a. SleepyCow for having his design selected as one of the next LEGO Ideas sets. It's clear to us that it's been crafted with so much personal passion and attention for detail and that's no doubt what resonated with so many people around the world when they first encountered his product idea submission.
If you'd like to learn more about Donny then make sure to check out his 10K Club Interview.
123 Sesame Street
Huge congratulations to Ivan Guerrero a.k.a. bulldoozer21 for his playful interpretation of one of the most iconic children's television series.
If you'd like to learn more about Ivan then make sure to check out his 10K Club Interview.
The Pirate Bay
That's right! Classic LEGO pirates have fought their way back. A massive congratulations to fan creator Pablo Jiménez a.k.a. Bricky_Brick whose The Pirate Bay design melted the hearts of fans of these swashbuckling team pirates who've created a bastion from their shipwreck.
If you'd like to learn more about Pablo then make sure to check out his 10K Club Interview.
Anatomini - Requires Further Review
Unfortunately, we can't congratulate Stephan Niks a.k.a. Stephanix just yet, for this over-sized classic minifigure by the name of "Anatomini". Although the concept has intrigued our review board, they require additional time to make a decision, due to the highly complex design.
If you'd like to learn more about Stephan then make sure to check out his 10K Club Interview.
Design, pricing, and availability
We’re still working out the final product design, pricing and availability for all these sets. We'll share more on the LEGO Ideas blog when we get closer to launch.
Next review results coming in the early of 2020
As you likely know, the next batch of LEGO Ideas projects are already in review. We’re considering these 10 product ideas that reached 10,000 supporters between May and September 2019 as possible future LEGO sets. We'll also continue to review the Anatomini product idea from this past review round. We’ll share results of the Second 2019 LEGO review period in early 2020.