Lego tributes to space, Peru, science fiction and an anecdotal coffee shop are qualified for thought to wind up plainly official packs. 




Because there's no official Lego unit for Luke's Diner from "Gilmore Girls" or your most loved scene from Star Wars doesn't mean you can't get it going.


That is precisely what the Lego Ideas site is about. Fans make and propose their proposals for packs, and on the off chance that they get enough votes from the general population, entries enter the Lego survey process.


A group of Lego masters, including set architects, advertising and business agents, assess each venture that has 10,000 supporters to choose in the event that it can possibly turn into an official Lego set.


The gathering breaks down the votes and the venture data, and furthermore makes sense of the set's playability, wellbeing and whether it's a solid match for the Lego mark.




This most recent round highlights six Lego Ideas extends that came to more than 10,000 supporters amongst May and September, which makes them qualified for the 2017 survey.


Those assorted tasks incorporated the NASA Space Shuttle, NASA Saturn-V Launch Umbilical Tower, Star Wars "I Am Your Father," Wonders of Peru and "Gilmore Girls" Luke's Diner.


Both proposed NASA packs, the NASA Space Shuttle (Saturn V Scale) and the NASA Saturn-V Launch Umbilical Tower, offer an instructive take a gander at genuine rocket and the towers that assistance dispatch them.


"Gilmore Girls" Luke's Diner set has everything a devotee of the show could need in a Lego set including minifigures of Lorelai and Rory Gilmore, Luke, Jess, Kirk and Lane as server.


Despite the fact that it may as of now appear like Star Wars fans have a lot of Lego packs accessible to purchase now, only one out of every odd single scene from the movies has a block tribute.





The Star Wars "I Am Your Father" set delineates the famous duel on Cloud City between Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader in "The Empire Strikes Back." The set has three tubes that Vader cuts off with his lightsaber, is additionally separable.



The Wonders of Peru Lego unit takes motivation from the Retablo Ayacuchano - "a refined Andean society workmanship as convenient boxes in which inside there generally indicates distinctive circumstances and scenes," as indicated by the thought page.