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Just when we thought the previous, on-going review containing 26 submissions was a LEGO Ideas history breaking event, it's been topped, as we close the latest review with a record breaking 35 submissions that have hit 10,000 supporters.
These 35 product ideas have hit the 10,000 supporter milestone between the months of early May 2020 and today's review qualification date, the 7th September 2020. A huge congratulations to all members who've hit this huge milestone, including several members having multiple submissions in this same review...WOW!
Product Ideas hitting 10,000 supporters after today's deadline will be eligible for the next review period instead that starts on the 4th of January, 2021.
We look forward to celebrating our 10K Club members through the 10K Club Interview series, which will kick-off as soon as we've announced the First 2020 review results.
My latest set: LEGO 10295
This modular (creator) building is created to fit in a Caribbean or seafront Village.
I really believe that this model can be very interesting for fans of my creations. This is my tenth building that I will be submitting. The old fishing store has been taken in production bij Lego Ideas.
The Fisherman’s House is on a walking distance from the Lighthouse, where you can get the fresh fish and the cool breezes of the Sea Front Bay.
The Fisherman’s House brings locals and tourists together, to enjoy the freshest seafood. When you are in the mood for seafood, Bob’s Fresh Fish has got you covered.
Bob also likes to BBQ the Caribbean freshest seafood. Expertly prepared and artfully presented. Of course, fish is the star of the show!
Enjoy and explore the Fisherman’s House, where seafood is at its best!
Minifig: Fisherman Bob, 4x cats, 2x seagull, 1x parrot.
Apartment: bed, cabinet, kitchen, bathroom, and more
Market: cabinets with drawers, fish, crab & lobsters
The building consists of roughly 2407 parts
The Fisherman’s House has a fish market and a lookout, that comes up out of the roof. Downstairs, we have the market and on the first floor Bob’s apartment. The first floor can be reached by a staircase. Bob’s apartment has a nice room with a TV and books for entertainment. The Fisherman’s house comes with lots of accessories.
The building: the walls are light nougat and light agua, the windows white and sand turquoise, the roof color is dark brown.
Outside there is a BBQ area, where the cats like to hangout.
I hope you like this design or the idea of The Fisherman’s House building
Thanks for reading and Brick On everyone !
This is the Fleischmann H0 - 4891.
I like trains and I used to have one when I was young. So I am going to built this one with the wheels from Big Ben.
De Bouwsteen is de Nederlandse LEGO® club,
Die in 1994 is opgericht door een aantal enthousiaste LEGO®bouwers en verzamelaars. De vereniging heeft circa 700 leden en is op dit moment de grootste Lego-club ter wereld.
WELKOM OP DE WEBSITE VAN STICHTING HET BOUWBLOKJE DE GEZELLIGSTE LEGO FANCLUB VAN NEDERLAND.
Het Bouwblokje is een LEGO® Fan Club, die in 2002 is opgericht. In 2013 ging de vereniging over in stichting Het Bouwblokje. Belangrijkste activiteit is het organiseren van LEGO® evenementen in de breedste zin van het woord.
LCC de LEGO Collectors Club.
Is een besloten groep, waar er op gewaakt wordt dat positief ingestelde AFOLs hun passie delen voor LEGO
The LEGO Group has joined the European Commission’s new Green Consumption Pledge pilot initiative – one of the first companies to sign up to this climate action initiative. By joining the pledge, the LEGO Group reinforces its commitment to lower its carbon footprint and help consumers make more sustainable choices.
A virtual event was hosted in Brussels, Belgium on January 25, 2021 to announce the Green Consumption Pledge and participation by L’Oréal, Colruyt Group, Decathlon and Renewd, as well as the LEGO Group. VP of Environmental Responsibility at the LEGO Group, Tim Brooks, announced our commitment in a video:
“Businesses need to play a core role in the transition to a low-carbon and circular economy. And we know we can’t do this alone. This is why we are committed to joining forces with legislators, consumers, experts and partners and work together to have a positive impact on the planet.”
For those who do not know it yet, the magazine can be downloaded as a PDF file from the links provided under downloads. If you prefer, you can also get a printed version through bubok. You will only pay printing and shipping costs as this is a non-profit publication.
HispaBrick Magazine started in 2008 as an initiative of some Spanish AFOLs in order to preserve the best MOCs and articles that were published in their community for ‘posterity’. In addition to the warm welcome from Spanish speaking AFOLs, it soon became clear that there was much interest from people who did not read that language. The second edition of the magazine already contained a number of articles in both Spanish and English and as of issue 003, HispaBrick Magazine has been published in two editions of identical content, one in Spanish and one in English.
As the interest in the magazine has grown, so has the group of people who are directly involved in the project. What started out as a small local effort has transformed into a magazine with an international readership around which acommunity has grown.
From left to right Damiano from AFDL.it , Lluís Gibert Hispabrick, Robert, Jetro de Château Hispabrick
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