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Lego Ideas
Lego Ideas logo.png
Other namesLego Cuusoo (2008–2014)
SubjectCommunity Supported Builds
Licensed fromThe Lego Group
Availability2008–present
Total sets38[1]
Official website

Lego Ideas (formerly known as Lego Cuusoo) is a website run by Chaordix and The Lego Group, which allows users to submit ideas for Lego products to be turned into potential sets available commercially, with the original designer receiving 1% of the royalties.[2] It started in 2008 as an offshoot of the Japanese company Cuusoo, named after the Japanese word 空想 kūsō (daydream, fantasy).

Background[edit]

Lego Ideas was first introduced as an offshoot of the Japanese company Cuusoo, produced as a collaboration between that company and The Lego Group. Titled Lego Cuusoo, the site was labeled a beta site and remained so until the unveiling of Lego Ideas as a finished product.[3] In 2014, the platform moved to Chaordix.[4]

Process[edit]

#17 is the Apollo 11 Saturn V rocket, and contains 1969 pieces, the same year as the first moon landing.

User submission phase[edit]

Users express their idea by combining a written description of the idea and a sample Lego model that demonstrates the concept into a project page. Once the page is published it is viewable to other users. The goal of every project is to be supported by 10,000 different users, which would then make the project eligible for review. At first, projects would be kept on the Cuusoo/Ideas website for up to two years and then taken down if the project did not reach the 10,000 required votes of support. Lego Ideas later changed the threshold to include a minimum number of 100 votes in the first 60 days after submission or the project would expire, followed by a year to reach 1,000 votes, another six months to reach 5,000 votes and finally six months to reach the 10,000 supported votes.

Originally, project submissions were allowed to be about anything and had no limits on the size and style of project. After sets began to be rejected with stated reasons, Lego Ideas announced restrictions on content including the use of no new part molds, banning intellectual properties owned by competing toy companies, and adult content. Lego Ideas further restricted project submissions in June 2016 by limiting the size of the project to a maximum of 3,000 pieces, any project replicating a life-size weapon, and any project based on an intellectual property already produced as a set by Lego Ideas/Cuusoo.[5] Ideas further restricted submissions in 2017 by disallowing any projects based on third-party licenses already being produced by Lego, such as Star Wars and Harry Potter.[6]

All eligible projects are collectively reviewed in the order of whichever projects hit 10,000 supporters within any of the three tri-annual deadlines of May, September, or January.

Review phase[edit]

Due to the increasing number of project submissions based on ideas that The Lego Group would reject, Lego Ideas has refined its submission standards over the years.

Since its inception, a number of sets that have reached the 10,000 vote threshold have been rejected during the review for various reasons. Some rejected sets have been based on specific intellectual properties were rejected due to the content matter presented. Any theme that relates to alcohol, sex, drugs, religious references, post-World War II warfare or based on a first-person shooter is deemed inappropriate for younger Lego fans.[2] IPs that have been rejected for this reason have been based on Firefly[7] and Shaun of the Dead.[8]

Other projects which have been rejected include ones based on My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic due to the property being owned by rival toy manufacturer Hasbro,[9] certain sets based on The Legend of Zelda due to the need to create too many original molds, although Lego did not completely rule out other projects based on the franchise,[10] and a Sandcrawler set for the Ultimate Collector Series due to The Lego Group's ongoing collaboration with Lucasfilm on Lego Star Wars.[11]

In the first 2015 review, announced in October 2015, no projects were selected for the first time[12] as the many projects were rejected for various reasons. Many of these projects would not have met the revised submission standards issued in June 2016.

A record 26 projects qualified for the first 2020 review followed by another record 35 qualified projects in the second 2020 review.[13][14] Lego cited the sudden increase in projects surpassing the 10,000 vote threshold was likely due to the global lockdown amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.[15] The first 2021 review phase saw yet another record number with 57 qualified projects[16] after one project was disqualified due to an intellectual property conflict.[17][18]

Production phase[edit]

If the product is cleared for production, it is further developed by Lego set designers and the final model gets released as an official set under the "Lego Ideas" banner. Users that have their projects produced receive ten copies of the final set, as well as a 1% royalty of the product's net sales and credit and bio in set materials as the Lego Ideas set creator.[3][19]

Sets[edit]

Currently 34 sets have been produced and 41 sets have been announced:

  Set based on an original idea
  Set based on an existing intellectual property
Sets are listed in order of announcement. Bold line indicates when branding changed from Cuusoo to Ideas. Flags represent the creators country of origin.

Cuusoo/Ideas # Set #
Set name (Project title)
Released Creator name (username) Project Notes
#001 21100 Shinkai 6500 Submarine
(Shinkai Expedition)
February 17, 2011 (Japan) Japan (at_guy) Link Only released in Japan.
#002 21101 Hayabusa
(Asteroid Exploration Spacecraft Hayabusa)
March 1, 2012 (Japan)
July 11, 2012 (international)
Japan Daisuke Okubo (daisuke)[20] Link First announced Cuusoo set to be internationally available.
#003 21102[21] Minecraft Micro World
(Lego Minecraft)
June 1, 2012 Sweden Mojang Link Based on the video game Minecraft.[22] First set to start a new Lego theme Lego Minecraft.
#004 21103 The DeLorean Time Machine
(Back to the Future DeLorean Time Machine)
August 1, 2013 Japan Masashi Togami & Sakuretsu Link Based on the Back to the Future DeLorean time machine.[23]
Lego also used this license for character and level packs in the Lego Dimensions toys-to-life video game.
#005 21104 NASA Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity Rover
(Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity Rover)
January 1, 2014 United States Stephen Pakbaz (Perijove) Link Based on the NASA Mars Curiosity Rover.
#006 21108 Ghostbusters Ecto-1
(Ghostbusters 30th Anniversary)[24]
June 1, 2014 Australia Brent Waller (BrentWaller) Link Based on the Ecto-1 from the Ghostbusters franchise. Second set to inspire a Lego theme from the set with a set based on the Ghostbusters' firehouse and one on the 2016 film.
Lego also used this license for character and level packs in the Lego Dimensions toys-to-life video game.
#007 21109 Exo Suit
(Exo Suit)
August 1, 2014 United Kingdom Peter Reid (PeterReid) Link Influenced by the Classic Lego Space sets.
#008 21110 Research Institute
(Female Minifigure Set)
August 1, 2014 Netherlands Ellen Kooijman (Alatariel) Link
#009 21301 Birds
(Lego Bird Project)
January 1, 2015 United Kingdom Tom Poulsom (DeTomaso) Link Includes models of a blue jay, robin, and hummingbird.
#010 21302 The Big Bang Theory
(The Big Bang Theory)
August 1, 2015 Netherlands Ellen Kooijman (Alatariel) Link Based on the TV series The Big Bang Theory.
Kooijman's second approved Ideas set.
#012[a][25] 21303 WALL-E
(WALL-E)
September 1, 2015 United States Angus MacLane (MacLane) Link Based on the Pixar film WALL-E, a film that MacLane worked on as the directing animator.

The set was re-released twice due to issues regarding neck stability of the set. The second release fixed these issues. [26]

#011[25] 21304 Doctor Who
(Doctor Who and Companions)
December 1, 2015[27] United Kingdom Andrew Clark (AndrewClark2) Link Based on the BBC TV series Doctor Who.
Lego also used this license for character and level packs in the Lego Dimensions toys-to-life video game.
#013[28] 21305 Maze
(Labyrinth Marble Maze)
April 1, 2016[29] Canada Jason Allemann (JKBrickworks) Link A Labyrinth marble game puzzle built from Lego bricks.
#014[30] 21307[31] Caterham Seven 620R[31]
(Caterham Super Seven)
October 1, 2016[31] United Kingdom Carl Greatrix (bricktrix_Carl) Link Based on the classic British sports car.
#016[30] 21308 Adventure Time
(Brick-built Adventure Time figures)
December 26, 2016[32] France Ludovic Piraud (aBetterMonkey) Link Based on the animated series Adventure Time.
Lego also used this license for character and level packs in the Lego Dimensions toys-to-life video game.
#015[33] 21306 The Beatles Yellow Submarine
(Beatles Yellow Submarine)
November 1, 2016 Canada Kevin Szeto (kevinszeto) Link Based on the Beatles' animated film Yellow Submarine.
#017[33] 21309 NASA Apollo Saturn V
(Apollo 11 Saturn V)
June 1, 2017 Austria Felix Stiessen (saabfan)
France Valérie Roche (whatsuptoday)
Link Based on the rocket used for NASA's Apollo 11 moon mission, with the number of pieces matching the year the mission took place.
Due to the set's popularity, it was re-released in 2020 as set number 92176.[34]
#018[35] 21310 Old Fishing Store
(Old Fishing Store)
September 1, 2017 Netherlands Robert Bontenbal (RobenAnne)[36] Link
#019[37] 21312 Women of NASA
(Women of NASA)
November 1, 2017 United States Maia Weinstock (20tauri)[38] Link Based on accomplished women who have worked for NASA.
#022[39] 21311 Voltron
(Voltron – Defender of the Universe)
August 1, 2018 Philippines Leandro Tayag (len_d69)[40] Link Based on animated series Voltron.[41]
#020[39] 21313 Ship in a Bottle
(Ship In A Bottle, The Flagship Leviathan)
February 1, 2018 United States Jacob Sadovich (JakeSadovich77)[42] Link A Ship in a bottle built from Lego bricks.
Due to the set's popularity, it was re-released in 2020 as set number 92177.[34]
#021[43] 21314 TRON: Legacy
(Tron Legacy Light Cycle)[44]
March 31, 2018 United Kingdom Tom & Drew (BrickBros UK)[45] Link Based on the vehicle that appears in the film Tron: Legacy.
#023[46] 21315 Pop-Up Book
(Pop-Up Book)
November 1, 2018 Canada Jason Allemann (JKBrickworks)
United States Grant Davis (Grant_Davis_)[47]
Link Based on the classic fairy tales, Little Red Riding Hood and Jack and the Beanstalk.
Allemann's second approved Ideas set.
#024[48] 21316 The Flintstones
(The Flintstones)
March 1, 2019 United Kingdom Andrew Clark (AndrewClark2)[49] Link Based on the Hanna-Barbera cartoon The Flintstones.
Clark's second approved Ideas set.
#026[48] 21318 Tree House
(Treehouse)
August 1, 2019 France Kevin Feeser (KevinTreeHouse)[50] Link
#025[b][52][53] 21317 Steamboat Willie
(Steamboat Willie)
April 1, 2019 Hungary Máté Szabó (szabomate90)[54] Link Based on the Walt Disney Studios short film Steamboat Willie.
#027[52] 21319 Central Perk
(The Central Perk Coffee of Friends)
September 1, 2019 France Aymeric Fievet (Mric76)[55] Link Based on the TV series Friends.
#028[56] 21320 Dinosaur Fossils
(Dinosaurs Fossils Skeletons - Natural History Collection)
November 1, 2019 France Jonathan Brunn (Mukkinn)[57] Link Includes fossil skeleton models of a Tyrannosaurus, Triceratops, and Pteranodon.
#029[58] 21321 International Space Station
(International Space Station)
February 1, 2020 Germany Christoph Ruge (XCLD)[59] Link Based on the International Space Station. Initially an Ideas project that did not pass review; won a fan vote among other rejected projects to become a set.
#030[60] 21322 Pirates of Barracuda Bay
(The Pirate Bay)
April 1, 2020 Spain Pablo Sánchez Jiménez (Bricky–Brick)[61] Link The project was inspired by the classic Lego Pirates theme. The released set incorporated many design features from the 6285 Black Seas Barracuda pirate ship released in 1989, and can be built either as a pirate shipwreck on an island or the pirate ship due to its modular design.
#031[60] 21323 Grand Piano
(Playable Lego Piano)
August 1, 2020 China Donny Chen (SleepyCow)[62] Link Initially qualified for the third review of 2018, but was not approved until the first review of 2019. The released set features a working 25-key keyboard compatible with the Lego Powered Up mobile app, a piece with Lego's first logo from 1934 to 1936 printed on it, and a sheet music piece featuring an original composition by Chen, "Playday", which was performed in a video made for his original submission.[63][64]
#032[65] 21324 123 Sesame Street
(123 Sesame Street)
November 1, 2020 Philippines Ivan Guerrero (bulldoozer21)[66] Link Based on the Sesame Street children's television program.[67]
#033[68][69] 21325 Medieval Blacksmith
(Medieval Blacksmith)
February 1, 2021 Germany Clemens Fiedler (Namirob)[70] Link
#034[71] 21326 Winnie the Pooh
(Winnie the Pooh)[72]
April 1, 2021 United Kingdom Ben Alder (benlouisa)[73] Link Based on the Winnie the Pooh franchise.
[74][75] (LEGO Typewriter) United Kingdom Steve Guinness (Steve Guinness)[76] Link
[74][75] (Seinfeld 30th Anniversary) Australia Brent Waller (BrentWaller)[77] Link Based on the TV Series Seinfeld.
Waller's second approved Ideas set.
[74][75] (Home Alone. McCallister's House.) Ukraine Alex Storozhuk (adwind)[78] Link Based on the Home Alone franchise.
[13][79] (Earth Globe) France Guillaume Roussel (Disneybrick55)[80] Link
[13][79] (Legendary Stratocaster) Slovakia Tomáš Letenay (TOMOELL) Link Winner of the Music to our Ears contest product idea review.
[81] (Vincent van Gogh: The Starry Night) China Truman Cheng (legotruman)[82] Link Based on The Starry Night painting.
[81][83] (Sonic Mania - Green Hill Zone) United Kingdom Viv Grannell (toastergrl)[84] Link Based on the video game Sonic Mania.
Lego also used this license for character and level packs in the Lego Dimensions toys-to-life video game.
  1. ^ Announced as Ideas #011 but released as Ideas #012. Was released before Ideas #011 (Doctor Who set) as it was under review prior to WALL-E but took longer gain approval.
  2. ^ Initial production sets were printed as #024 despite being the 25th set. This is corrected in later issued sets.[51]

Promotional sets[edit]

In January 2018, Lego announced a competition to find the next gift with purchase set at Lego stores and shop-at-home.[85] With just over three weeks to submit an entry, the public voted for 10 days and then followed expert review before the winner was announced. The winner was Cosmic Rocket Ride! (Coin Operated) by mjsmiley.[86] It was released in May 2019 as set 40335, a Lego exclusive. It was branded with the Lego Ideas logo but was not released with an official Ideas series number.[87] Lego ran a second promotional set competition through Lego Ideas in the last quarter of 2019 for a vintage car set.[88]

References[edit]

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