Jump to content


LEGO design challenge for the US Late Holiday Catalog


8 replies to this topic

#1 CopMike

CopMike

  • All your baseplate are belong to us


    Posts: 5073
    Joined: 04-January 05
    Member: 148
    Country: Sweden

Posted 24 June 2010 - 08:16 PM

From Frank Hoffman, Affiliate Marketing Manager LEGO Direct to Consumer:

Hello Everyone,

The US LEGO Catalog is holding a Design Challenge to find the cover for the Late Holiday Catalog.  Entries can be submitted now through August 8th.  Enthusiasts ages 5 and older are invited to submit an idea for a new LEGO creation.

Contest Overview:
Develop your new LEGO creation using a maximum of 100 LEGO bricks and/or elements. Then, submit a photo or image of your creation along with a brief description of your creation (50 words or fewer). You may build your creation using physical bricks and elements or you may develop your creation virtually, using LEGO® Design by ME. One Grand Prize winner will be determined in each of the four age categories: ages 5-8, ages 9-12, ages 13-15 and ages 16 and older.  

The Prizes:
Winner’s creation will be featured in the Late Holiday 2010 edition of the LEGO® Shop-at-Home Catalog issued in November.  In addition, winner will receive a $100 LEGO® Gift Card (redeemable at any LEGO® Store, online at shop.LEGO.com, or through the LEGO® Shop-at-Home Catalog), a $50 LEGO® Design by ME gift card, a Sponsor-specified LEGO® set and a LEGO® Certificate of Achievement.  (The approximate retail value of each Grand Prize is $200).  Sponsor will select, at its sole discretion, one of the winning creations to be featured on the cover of the catalog.  There is no monetary value associated with winner’s submission being featured in the catalog or on the cover of the catalog.  Prize consists of only those items specifically listed as part of the prize.

Contest Landing Page:
http://shop.lego.com/designchallenge

Complete Details can be found here:
https://www.dlblairs...6813/rules.html

Kind Regards,
Frank

Posted Image

New Member? Read This | Questions? Need Help? Ask Here

Site Guidelines | Eurobricks FAQ | Visual User Guide


#2 Colonel

Colonel

  • Byggepladen.dk


    Posts: 55
    Joined: 16-February 09
    Member: 5312
    Country: Denmark

Posted 24 June 2010 - 10:44 PM

QUOTE:

This promotion is open only to residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia who are 5 years of age or older as of 6/24/10.
LEGO Evangelist & Ambassador
LEGO World Copenhagen Fan Zone Manager

#3 CopMike

CopMike

  • All your baseplate are belong to us


    Posts: 5073
    Joined: 04-January 05
    Member: 148
    Country: Sweden

Posted 24 June 2010 - 10:54 PM

View PostColonel, on 24 June 2010 - 10:44 PM, said:

QUOTE:

This promotion is open only to residents of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia who are 5 years of age or older as of 6/24/10.
Yes, thanks for clarifying that, it´s in the Complete Details :sweet:!

Posted Image

New Member? Read This | Questions? Need Help? Ask Here

Site Guidelines | Eurobricks FAQ | Visual User Guide


#4 ThatGuyWithTheBricks

ThatGuyWithTheBricks

    Posts: 767
    Joined: 06-April 10
    Member: 10164
    Country: United States

Posted 25 June 2010 - 01:08 AM

So, we're just making anything out of 100 bricks or else with no theme constriction?

Posted Image Posted Image Posted Image
Thanks Joey!--->Posted Image
Playing Thomas Bricks, a waiter in the Eurodina Mafia.


#5 Darth Yogi

Darth Yogi

  • im from no-caps country


    Posts: 856
    Joined: 01-June 10
    Member: 11065
    Country: USA

Posted 25 June 2010 - 03:45 AM

wow look at the prizes I'm definitely  entering
thanks copmike for bringing this to eurobricks :thumbup:
Posted Image Posted Image Posted Image  Posted Image  
The Rabbit( MCW Contest entry)...........................Arrival on Tatooine...................................................Bail Organa's Airspeeder........................................Le Sans Fin

Flickr

#6 Fires-storm

Fires-storm

  • Modern Wright Brother


    Posts: 807
    Joined: 20-January 10
    Member: 9182
    Country: United States

Posted 25 June 2010 - 12:47 PM

Hmmm, I may have to try my hand at this, though 100 pieces is a bit tricky.
If you cannot win the battle, win the war.

#7 Santhor

Santhor

    Posts: 234
    Joined: 12-February 08
    Member: 2733
    Country: USA

Posted 25 June 2010 - 01:38 PM

Dang it! I'm only four years old! Darn it TLG! (Just kidding) But no, that sounds like a wonderful contest. I'll bet the "surprise 2010 set" will be something like a collectable minifigure or one of those Star Wars watches.
By the way, are we allowed to use a background? (Print out a snowy hill for a filler, etc.)

-Santhor

Edited by Santhor, 25 June 2010 - 01:40 PM.

<Insert funny quote here>
<Insert computer-editted picture here>
<Insert cool links here>

#8 ThatGuyWithTheBricks

ThatGuyWithTheBricks

    Posts: 767
    Joined: 06-April 10
    Member: 10164
    Country: United States

Posted 25 June 2010 - 03:02 PM

View PostSanthor, on 25 June 2010 - 01:38 PM, said:

Dang it! I'm only four years old! Darn it TLG! (Just kidding) But no, that sounds like a wonderful contest. I'll bet the "surprise 2010 set" will be something like a collectable minifigure or one of those Star Wars watches.
By the way, are we allowed to use a background? (Print out a snowy hill for a filler, etc.)

-Santhor

No, it'll be around $50.

Posted Image Posted Image Posted Image
Thanks Joey!--->Posted Image
Playing Thomas Bricks, a waiter in the Eurodina Mafia.


#9 MrTools

MrTools

    Posts: 510
    Joined: 02-December 08
    Member: 4572
    Country: United States

Posted 25 June 2010 - 09:22 PM

Sounds like fun, i will have to enter. I just hope the winners are not picked like some of the Lego magazine contests you know what I mean. :tongue:

I read through the ruels and was wondering, doed the entry have o show the full creation like this Or can it be a picture like this?

Edited by MrTools, 25 June 2010 - 09:34 PM.




Reply to this topic



  


0 user(s) are reading this topic

0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users