Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Technic Co-Creation Contest

Posted on behalf of the 'LEGO Community Engagement and Communications' team, with some delay as I've been recovering from a LEGO Fan Event...

Exclusive LEGO® Technic Design Competition: You design it – We make it!

You are invited to take part in the most exciting competition in LEGO® Technic history!

Design a special top for our new 4x4 Crawler!
You can do it!

New to LEGO Technic? Or a seasoned veteran builder with a basement full of elements? Not important. We’ve got the chassis, so if you have a great idea for an awesome design to go with it, don’t let anything hold you back!

Upload a picture of your design to the LEGO Technic Co-Creations Gallery. You can draw a model, use paper, sticks and glue, LEGO, or something completely different.

The prize

If you win, you can call yourself an honorary LEGO Technic Designer! We help you get the complete Technic design and building experience perfect. And the best part? We produce 20,000 of your unique model as exclusive collectibles!

You can find all the details on how to enter, tips and inspiration, and pictures of the chassis you need to use on

The competition is open until midnight, December 31, 2012. But hurry - - you need time to get enough votes to make the top 100 and be considered for the final! 

We can’t wait to see your creations!
The LEGO Technic design team

Here you find what you need to do.

Here you will find all the details about Instructions on how to enter the competition, and General Terms and Conditions.

And here the LEGO® Technic Co-Creation Competition Official Rules and Regulations.

Get Inspired!

1 comment:

AVCampos said...

It really sounds interesting! I must start thinking about a cool shell for the Crawler, one that also uses rare pieces (19L black flexible axles anyone?) and pieces in uncommon colours (green anyone?). ;)

However, like others have commented on other places, I can't stop feeling that TLG could at least offer one copy of the finished set to the winner. And the worst part is that I had the opportunity to personally ask that at the presentation, but completely forgot about it! Arrgh!

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