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To celebrate the 90th Anniversary LEGO are calling all Builders aged between 1 and 90 to share their stories and take part in a photo shoot with World famous photographer Rankin!

The photoshoot will take place at his London studio, all successful entrants will need to be free on either the 30th May or 13th June. 

To enter simply take a group photo of you and upto four others, a shirt 150 word statement of what LEGO means to you and why you should be involved and which date you’ll prefer to attend. More information can be found below or by clicking the link:

Get your entry in quick as successful entrants will be notified from 18th May!

Official description:

Are you a LEGO Lover?

This year marks our 90th anniversary and to celebrate, we’re on the hunt to find 90 LEGO Lovers and hear their stories.

To showcase that LEGO play is ageless, we want to find builders aged 1-90, who’ll take part in a photoshoot with world famous photographer, Rankin, at his London studio.

All entrants will need to be free on either the 30th May or 13th June!

  • How to enter? Simply send a photograph of you and up to four others who will join you on the photoshoot, enjoying LEGO play to
  • Send the names, ages and approximate height of everyone in the photo – we want to showcase builders aged 1-90, so the more generations in one photo the better!
  • In 150 words, tell us what LEGO play means to you and why you want to feature in the 90 shoot
  • Finally, confirm which date you can attend (below).

The 1-90 images and stories will then be used in a number of ways including –

  1. Images will be used in outdoor media ( i.e. billboards and escalator panels) in cities across the UK, from 18th July
  2. Images and stories will feature on from 18th July
  3. Images will be shared on LEGO social channels (Instagram and Facebook) from 18th July

If your entry is a winner, we’ll be in touch via email by 18th May 2022. Good luck!

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  1. Sounds like another stupid idea from the stupid PR Team of airheads that LEGO employ!

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