Living on an island in the middle of nowhere, disconnected from all civilization, lightyears away from the LEGO headquarters in Billund, Denmark (read the Stockholm Archipelago, Sweden) is not the best place for postmen to deliver their packages ahead of schedule.
So when I got the SMS from our postman earlier this week on Monday they could deliver our package on Thursday this week (today) or the week after, I knew we for sure would not be the first, second or third to share the news on the new minifigures with the world.
By now, if you are die-hard LEGO news junkie you must have read the full reviews of the Series 17 on Brothers Brick, EuroBricks or BrickSet and they all add their unique twist to the review.
I really enjoyed reading them in anticipation of the postman to ring today.
We got our box of TLG (read The amazing LEGO GROUP) today and are planning our creative review of Series 17 to be shared with you pretty soon.
Now, as we like to take this series on a creative spin, we are looking for creative reviewers to join in the fun ahead of the official release date on May 1st and participate in the plastic crowd review of this new series TLG is about to unleash upon us.
What do we offer?
Your selected Series 17 minifigure shipped this weekend as your personal model for your photoshoot and review.
You shoot your model in your surroundings with you as the creative director behind the camera before the crowd.
You share your photo and your story and review here on Stuck In Plastic this month.
And yes, the model will stay with you …
What do you need to do?
Just let us know in the comments which Series 17 model(s) you would like to shoot and confirm you feel comfortable with writing a post for us and a quick link to your portfolio (IG, Flickr, G+, …) if you are new to the blog.
- Corn Cob Guy
- Circus Strong Man
- Roman Gladiator
- Retro Spaceman
- Hot Dog Man
- Battle Dwarf
- Professional Surfer
- Gourmet Chef
- Butterfly Girl
- Rocket Boy
- Dance Instructor
- Elf Girl
We will select the happy few over the weekend based on your input, and get your models under way asap …
The comments are open!
Taking plastic places.
Exploring my inner child and following Me2’s wanderlust into untold stories for generations to come.
100% Stuck In Plastic.