The Next LEGO Ideas Sets Revealed

The latest LEGO® Ideas projects to become proper LEGO sets have been revealed and two projects have made the cut this time around. There were 10 projects in the second 2018 LEGO review, with the Mickey Mouse Steamboat Willie set and the Friends Central Perks set both due to become official LEGO projects during 2019. This is the second time both a Disney property and a Warner Bros. TV series has become a LEGO Ideas set. With Wall-E and the Big Bang Theory making the cut in recent years. These new sets will definitely have a big appeal beyond just LEGO fans, especially the Friends set.

Steamboat Willie

Congratulations to Máté Szabó a.k.a. szabomate90 for this nostalgic design, which celebrates over 90 years of Disney’s Iconic True Original Mickey Mouse. We can’t wait to see this icon of animation spring to life in LEGO bricks.

If you’d like to learn more about Máté then make sure to check out his 10K Club Interview.

The Central Perk Coffee of Friends

Congratulations to Aymeric Fievet a.k.a. Mric76 for this faithful brick-built replica of the Central Perk café from the hit TV show Friends, including all your favourite and memorable characters.

If you’d like to learn more about Aymeric then make sure to check out his 10K Club Interview.

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    Zzzzzzzzz!

    More movie/TV tie-in’s that’ll be licensed and expensive. Such a bore!

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