LEGO Daft Punk spotlights all the ideas in February
February is now coming to an end and we’re rounding off the eventful month of LEGO Ideas news by checking out some of our favorite fan-made models. Hot on the heels of our hands-on review of the new 2,600-piece Globe set and a first look at BTS’s upcoming release, we check out three different creations from the Ideas platform, including Daft Punk helmets, a vintage radio, and more. . . Head below for a closer look at all the best LEGO ideas in February.
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February’s best LEGO ideas include Daft Punk helmets
With Daft Punk’s surprise return to the world stage earlier this month, the manufacturer by eliot.obrien the recreation of the iconic group’s iconic appearances couldn’t come at a better time. It’s our favorite LEGO Ideas model for February 2022 – maybe Guy-Manuel and Thomas Bangalter could bring their house music to the brick-built world.
Taking note of the LEGO Group‘s existing line of helmets, these two iconic likenesses have been captured quite well. There’s the same overall scale we’ve seen in the LEGO Star Wars and Marvel range with displays below in the same style as before. Since we’ve already seen Tron enter the LEGO Ideas circle, back in February, I support Daft Punk to get the same treatment.
Helmets sit at more than 4,800 supporters with over 200 days left for this project to get the green light from LEGO. Whether or not we see Daft Punk return for a new album or tour in the future, this will go down as one of February’s best LEGO Ideas and hopefully hit store shelves one day.
Support Daft Punk Helmets at LEGO Ideas Now.
Check out this Vintage Radio.
There may not be a real key to success when it comes to turning a LEGO Ideas project into an official set, but recreating real-world objects from bricks is the next best thing. It’s a proven method that we’ve seen many times in the past and most recently with the Ideas Globe. Now constructor dimexart tackles the concept with its Vintage Radio model.
I can only think of the unique ways the LEGO Group could add some extra life to this model. The company generally eschews all smartphone use wherever possible, but there’s a real opportunity to turn this into an acoustic amplifier to put your phone in a retro vibe. Although even though it’s just a show piece, there’s a lot to love about the authentic design and other details.
This model has just passed the Brand of 4,000 supporters with a lot of time to spare. So we should hopefully see this one land in a LEGO Ideas review someday down the road.
Support Vintage Radio on LEGO Ideas now.
A pedestrian bridge suitable for any LEGO city
Our third and final LEGO Ideas highlight for February is TheCastleFan’s Pedestrian bridge model. Bridges aren’t something we see too often in the brick-built world, and this creation is a perfect example of why the LEGO Group is missing. The unique design would look fantastic when paired with other City kits, and I can predict this creation will fit well with modular buildings for added compatibility in a layout.
The arches and trusses give the building a distinct look that would be nice to see someday in a formal ensemble. From now on, more than 3,000 supporters reported the same sentiment. This gives the pedestrian bridge more than 450 days to secure the rest and hopefully have a chance of landing on store shelves in the future.
Support the pedestrian bridge over LEGO Ideas Now.
Future LEGO Ideas kits to look forward to
Along with these three creations that hope to one day become official sets, February also saw a record number of new projects hit the milestone of 10,000 supporters on LEGO Ideas. Here are all the projects that have been locked for February:
As always, if you ever want to bring one of these creations highlighted in February’s Top LEGO Ideas to your own collection, be sure to head over to each of the project pages to cast your vote of support. And, if you’d like to submit your own LEGO idea for us to feature, be sure to go say hello on twitter!
More of the best LEGO Ideas projects
- October’s best LEGO ideas include a Roman temple, medieval armor and more
- September’s best LEGO ideas, including a working orrery, brick-built koala and more
- Our favorite August LEGO ideas include a rescue helicopter, classic fire truck and more.
- July’s top LEGO ideas include a kinetic PAC-MAN sculpture, Spartan helmet, and more.
- LEGO Sony Walkman Tops June’s Best Ideas, Plus Double-Loop Coaster, More
- May’s best LEGO ideas: brick-built solar system, LotR bookends, and more
- April’s best LEGO ideas include a playable mini-golf course, Women of Computing, more