LEGO sees revenue grow 7% in first six months of 2020
“The strong results are due to our incredible team,” said The LEGO Group CEO, Niels B. Christiansen.
Watch: The Art of Villainous
This session – featuring Shane Hartley, Art Director at Ravensburger North America and Jake Breish, Graphic Designer at Ravensburger North America – delves into the incredible art direction behind the company’s smash-hit board game series, Villainous.
PlayMonster’s Tim Kilpin on the firm’s biggest ever launch: Snap Ships
We caught up with Tim Kilpin, President at PlayMonster, to find out more about his journey in the industry to date, and why PlayMonster’s latest launch – Snap Ships – is something special.
Delve into ‘The Art of Villainous’ with Ravensburger at Play Creators Conference
The session will see Ravensburger’s Shane Hartley and Jake Breish discuss the art direction behind the firm’s smash-hit game series.
PlayMonster welcomes Tim Kilpin as president
“I believe that finding ways to build brands that offer quality play experiences for families and kids today is more important than ever and I am excited to be part of that,” said Kilpin.
LEGO debuts Mickey and Minnie Mouse buildable characters
“To create the tips of their noses, we had to bring back the LEGO Classic Space Helmet in black, which hasn’t been seen since 1987,” said LEGO designer Ollie Gregory.
Find the gap
Inspired by Disney Plus series The Imagineering Story, Heayes Design’s Richard Heayes looks at why sometimes the most important element of a toy or game is actually the white space in-between all the eye-catching gizmos.
Ridley’s Games to launch Disney editions of Think Fast, Drawsome and Selfish
New range will also include several original Star Wars games, as well as a line of Marvel titles.
LEGO senior design manager Amy Corbett on how the firm’s new arts and crafts brand – LEGO DOTS – builds creative confidence in kids
We caught up with Amy to learn more about LEGO DOTS, a new arts and crafts brand spanning blind booster bags, wearable bracelets and room décor items like photo cubes, picture frames and pencil holders.
L.O.L. Surprise! named Toy of the Year for third year in a row at TOTYs
Other winners on the night included Mattel’s Pictionary Air, Wow! Stuff’s Harry Potter Invisibility Cloak and LEGO Stranger Things.