LEGO Could Make This Fan-Made ‘Spirited Away’ Set Official
If you haven’t checked out LEGO Ideas its a worth a scroll. You can poke around and explore some fantastic LEGO concepts. User legotruman masterfully captured the world of Spirited Away. Having reached 10,000 supporters the set could become a reality!
Enter the fantastical world of “Spirited Away”, the academy-award winning animation by Studio Ghibli.
The set features the iconic “Bath house” from the animation, with 8 unique rooms showcasing memorable scenes from the story
LEGO officially congratulated legotruman on November 2, and in doing so, pushed the idea forward from the Idea stage to the Review stage. LEGO’s official review board—which consists of designers, product managers, and other team members—will explore the idea and build concept models. If it passes that round, the team could then decide to officially develop and sell the product online and in its stores.
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