Invited to a Lego party, but don’t know what to wear?
Hey everyone, as you may well already know, we’ll be animating several scenes for our forthcoming documentary film out of Lego in classic stop-motion style. We’ve already put a call out to our friends and fans to donate bricks for the cause, to allow us to build bigger, better, more detailed sets, vehicles and props in readiness for the shoot in March. Now we’ve decided to take the concept one step further and throw a Lego-themed party, for master builders of all ages! The party will be invite only, but if you happen to live near Adelaide, South Australia, drop us a line and we’ll let you know the details.
As for the dress code, we’re encouraging our guests to come in a Lego costume or primary colour scheme if possible, in the hopes that our room full of ‘real’ people will reflect the halcyon days of vintage lego fun represented by our day’s work. We’ll also be cracking out the official LEGO Creationary Game (3844), which is quite similar to the classic Pictionary, but with building challenges and guessing games rather than drawing ones.
As a thrifty further fund-raising concept for our film, we’ve designed a number of costume apparel items for would-be guests of a Lego party or fans of the modular legacy. They’re available to buy on Redbubble and Zazzle websites, and profits from their sales will help us with the ongoing expense of making a feature documentary. We hope you enjoy our Lego-inspired wardrobe choices below… and be sure to check out the designs on a variety of coloured shirts… you’re not limited to the colours and styles displayed below!
Enjoy your constructive play, everyone…