“We want to feed the imagination of the next generation of creatives, providing a new canvas for kids to creatively express themselves,” said Julia Goldin, Chief Product and Marketing Officer at the LEGO Group.
Fans can vote on LEGO Ideas for the theme they’d like to return as a single new set, with Bionicle, Dragon Knights and Time Cruisers in the mix.
The range features over-sized silhouettes in the Ninjago colour palette of yellow, deep red, and monochrome, with the secret Ninjago language spelling out ‘JUST HYPE’ throughout the line.
Joel Silverman, CEO at KidsKnowBest, details the firm’s new Growing Pains Accelerator, an initiative designed to help inventors, designers and start-ups with mentoring, collaboration and practical services worth at least £150,000.
“The customisable elements and mindful building experience will hopefully help them express their personality as their creativity blossoms,” said LEGO Design Lead Jamie Berard.
“We are committed to building a better planet for future generations and that means stepping up efforts to reduce carbon emissions across our entire value chain,” said Tim Brooks, VP of Environmental Responsibility at LEGO.
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“One of the biggest challenges and one of the most important things was to convey the Colosseum’s monumentality in the LEGO form,” said Rok Zgalin Kobe, designer of the new 9,036-piece set.
LEGO’s Sine Klitgaard Møller to speak on the importance of change in the toy space at Sustainability in Licensing Conference 2020
“Children are our role models in the LEGO Group and it is their planet we are using; we must protect their future,” said Møller.
“This year’s DreamToys Top 12 includes a range of products from classic brands such as Monopoly and Barbie, to popular licenses and innovative new toys to suit all price points,” said Gary Grant, chair of the DreamToys selection committee.