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LEGO contests for every interest and style!

by admin on May 7, 2018

in Community News

There are a number of LEGO contests happening at ReBrick right now for teen and adult LEGO fans, so I thought it would be a good idea to do a roundup of the contests that you can participate in. 🙂

LEGO BRICKHEADZ BRICK SELFIE CONTEST: This contest started back in April, and the deadline to enter is tomorrow, May 8th. The response to this contest has been fantastic, with over four hundred submissions. The contest basically asks participants to create a LEGO version of themselves in blocky LEGO BrickHeadz style. Again, the deadline is tomorrow, so there is not much time left to participate, but you can still squeeze in your creation if you hurry up. And, even if you don’t plan to compete, I highly recommend checking out the submissions, as there are some really great BrickHeadz you can take inspiration from for your own building. We talked about this contest in more detail preciously (see: LEGO BrickHeadz Brick Selfie Contest), and you can check out the entries, discussions, and other relevant info on the contest page: LEGO BRICKHEADZ BRICK SELFIE CONTEST

LEGO FRIENDS GO-KART CONTEST: This contest was recently closed, but still worth mentioning, because of its immense popularity. There are close to five hundred super creative entries! We talked about this contest in detail already (see: LEGO Friends Customize Your Go-Kart Contest), but in short, participants were challenged to build a vignette featuring a LEGO Friends Go-Kart. This contest is a tie-in with the upcoming LEGO Friends Go-Kart racing sub-theme that will be released this summer. The winners will be announced on May 21st. Here is the link to the contest page: LEGO FRIENDS GO-KART CONTEST

LEGO FIRST LEAGUE TROPHY CONTEST: This contest is actually run at LEGO Ideas instead of at ReBrick, but you can access the contest page from either websites. LEGO Education is looking for a new design for the First LEGO League World Festival trophy, which is used to recognize all World Festival award categories and the champions award. Basically, they want epic and display-worthy trophies built from LEGO bricks. The deadline for this contest is May 31st. You can find out more information at the contest page: LEGO FIRST LEAGUE TROPHY CONTEST

LEGO JURASSIC WORLD CONTEST: This is the most recent contest on ReBrick with a deadline of June 1st. The challenge is to build something iconic that symbolizes the action-packed stories of the Jurassic Park or Jurassic World films. Your entry could be something like the hatching of a dinosaur egg, the iconic Jurassic World logo, a DNA string, claw marks, a shaking glass of water, a dinosaur footprint in the mud, or whatever else you think represents the films well. As this contest is very new, there are only a few submissions so far, and there is still plenty of time to enter. You can find out more info about this contest here: LEGO JURASSIC WORLD CONTEST

The rules for each of the contest are listed at their respective pages, but in general, all ReBrick and LEGO Ideas contests are for teen and adult builders (you have to be at least 13 to enter). This means that the bar is set pretty high, and you will be competing against some really creative and experienced builders. However, this should not deter you from entering, as these contests are a fun way to challenge your creativity and building skills. Also, as these contests are run by LEGO directly, the prizes are always very generous, usually containing a large number of really nice LEGO sets and exclusives both for the grand prize winner and the runner up winners.

What do you think? Are you planning to enter any of these LEGO contests? Or have you submitted your model to any of them already? Feel free to share your own ideas and submissions in the comment section below! We would love to check them out! 😉

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{ 11 comments… read them below or add one }

sammy May 7, 2018 at 1:22 PM

The go-kart contest has some really great entries. With the brickheadz contest it was not clear how much you can modify yourself, but I have seen some creative ones there too.

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admin May 7, 2018 at 9:20 PM

Yes, I remember there were some questions about that at the ReBrick forum. I think they just wanted to allow creative interpretation for those who wanted to go that direction. That’s a good thing in my book. 😀

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brickmaster May 7, 2018 at 1:25 PM

Good contests! I’m looking forward to the Jurassic World entries!

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jabber-baby-wocky May 7, 2018 at 1:38 PM

That GO Brick Me set is so good! I very much recommend it even for those who don’t like Brickheadz.

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admin May 7, 2018 at 9:18 PM

I very much recommend that set too! It’s really fun to make your own BrickHeadz! 😀

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Hayato May 7, 2018 at 2:11 PM

The go-kart contest turned out even better than I expected. So much creativity! I don’t envy the judges.

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admin May 7, 2018 at 9:17 PM

Yeah, that contest has some really creative entries! 😀

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Tito May 7, 2018 at 3:58 PM

Gosh, I really want to enter the brickheadz contest but I don’t know if I can finish by tomorrow. Let’s see..

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admin May 7, 2018 at 9:17 PM

Hope you can squeeze in your entry! 😀

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Mr: Cup of Fail May 8, 2018 at 2:21 AM

I’m gonna be trying to enter those new contest sense I already enter the last two (though my Go-Kart was rejected because of hair 😕 ), though I didn’t put a lot into the brickhead do to my dislike for those kind of things.

I already got my entry for the Idea contest done and waiting for it to be accepted. but as for that Jurassic Park contest seem like it gonna be a bit hard to think of something for the contest; especially for me sense I’m not the biggest Jurassic Park fan.

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admin May 8, 2018 at 12:04 PM

Wow! You’re really rolling with those contests! Yeah, the Jurassic World one is a kind of challenging. Maybe just put it at the back of your mind, and something may spark an inspiration. Otherwise, you might just want to sit that one out and wait for the next contest. 🙂

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