Unearth The Secrets Of The Latest LEGO Ideas Set

The recently revealed LEGO® Ideas Dinosaur Fossils set is based on an original fan design submitted to the LEGO Ideas platform. Budding LEGO fan designers can unleash their creations in the hope of gaining 10,000 supporters. The Dinosaur Fossils project was submitted to LEGO Ideas by Jonathan Brunn and after hitting 10K, the LEGO Ideas Review Team decided it would become the 28th LEGO Ideas set. It features three detailed dinosaur fossils at a 1:32 scale – a Tyrannosaurus rex, Triceratops and Pteranodon. The 910 piece set also includes individual stands, a sapiens skeleton figure and a paleontologist minifigure to create a natural history museum display. The set will be available directly from LEGO Stores and LEGO.com starting November 1st.

UNEARTH THE SECRETS OF THE DINOSAURS WITH THE NEW LEGO® IDEAS DINOSAUR FOSSILS

The LEGO Group has announced the LEGO Ideas Dinosaur Fossils, perfect for a desktop museum display

[16.10.19] Take a step back in time to when dinosaurs wandered the Earth with the all new LEGO® Ideas Dinosaur Fossils set, available directly from LEGO stores and online from 1st November. Dinosaur and LEGO brick fans alike can get their hands on this highly detailed set of brick-built fossils to proudly display on their desk or at home.

This set is a must have for anyone with a passion for dinosaurs and all things prehistoric. The set contains three buildable dinosaur skeletons of the infamous T-rex, Triceratops and a Pteranodon with display stands to create a LEGO style natural history exhibit.

The LEGO Ideas Dinosaur Fossils set contains 910 pieces, creating three detailed dinosaur skeletons that are perfect to learn more about these magnificent creatures. Each of the models are posable, allowing builders to recreate ferocious poses on their desks.

The set comes complete with interesting facts about each of the dinosaurs on display and information about the sets LEGO fan designer. The set’s LEGO Ideas fan designer is Jonathan Brunn; a graphic and web designer, working in a creative agency in Perpignan, France. He is also a massive science and dinosaur geek, into space, searching for fossils and everything related… and of course, he’s a big LEGO fan.

Jonathan tells “When I was little, my passion for dinosaurs was almost obsessional. Dinosaurs were the most incredible thing ever for me, so I made this project to please my inner child! I would have loved it as a kid, and I think every kid who loves dinosaurs and science would agree with me”.

The models are built to 1:32 scale and each come with their own individual stands and a sapiens skeleton figure to truly showcase the fascinating scale of these prehistoric animals. The T-rex model is the largest of the three measuring over 7” (20cm) tall and 15” (40cm) long making this set significantly easier to display and store than a real 12-metre-long T-rex!

LEGO Ideas is a platform that allows fans to submit their own LEGO brick creations to be voted on by other fans. If a set reaches 10,000 votes then it will be reviewed by the LEGO Group and maybe even brought to life.

This detail packed LEGO Ideas model will be ready to discover in LEGO Stores and online at LEGO.com from 1st November. Act quickly before the set goes extinct!

21320 LEGO Ideas Dinosaur Fossils will be available directly via LEGO.com and LEGO Stores from 1st November 2019

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