The Last Jedi
With The Last Jedi in full force in a theatre near you, it is time for us to share the last winners of twenty seventeen in our creative competitions.
Don’t worry, the Force will be with us in twenty eighteen, and a new challenge is just around the corner. But first, we need to take a look at all the awesomeness you threw at us with our latest creative toy photography challenge, #SiPgoesJedi.
The Council came together and looked at all the pictures, and had a very hard time to decide. So many fun entries and creative toy photography ahead of The Last Jedi. And before we head into the nominees and final winners of twenty seventeen, we want to thank every single one of you for joining in the fun.
The Nominees Are.
Marco did it again. He got the jury hooked with some of his images, and we really liked the angle in this one. A different view.
And there was more, much more. Over hundred images of additional awesomeness on Instagram alone. Here is one of the beautiful photos from Chris that made us want to print it big. A0 big. Just like in Birmingham.
Here is just a random selection of all the other creative ideas that got us busy.
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And the Last Winners are …
OK, time to dim the lights, get the popcorn out, and turn the spotlight on the creative winners of this #SiPgoesJedi challenge. Three winners that all get a little exclusive Escape The Slug set in their mailbox.
The Fabutastic images of Terovision always get our attention. And we are happy to see there was some unfinished business left after Tero made a fantastic Fabuland Falcon.
Congratulations, Tero. The very first mini falcon is on its way to you.
It goes without saying our eye fell earlier on the Rey of Light from Tomek and his photography made it all the way to the finals. Congratulations.
The second falcon is on its way.
The third and final winner in this series is someone with a special technique. A technique that is known as cinemagraphs and is as old as Harry Potter. But more on that later when we try to catch Robert for an exclusive interview on what interests him in this technique and much more.
For now, we want to thank everyone for taking part in this little creative challenge, and TLG for giving us a few intergalactic birds to celebrate the latest Star Wars movie and LEGO toy photography.
And then there was Batman.
But more on that later.
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The creative collective of toy photographers.