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05th october 2015 at 15:41

As of 11:59 a.m. EDT today, the competition is closed for new entries. Any entries submitted after this time will unfortunately be disqualified. Thank you everyone who entered!

What’s Next?

Our LEGO Technic design team, the official judges, has already begun looking over the models to pick the grand prize winner and 9 runner-up winners. These judges are:

  • Andrew Woodman, Senior Design Manager
  • Jeppe Juul Jensen, Design Manager
  • Niels Henrik Horsted, Senior Marketing Manager
  • Ramona Alexandra Campeanu, Associate Marketing Manager

Entries will be judged upon:

  • Overall coolness and originality: 25%
  • Most inspired details  on the model: 25%
  • Understanding of the Mercedes-Benz brand design and competition theme: 25%
  • Best use of LEGO® Technic elements: 25%

In case of ties, the judges will select a potential winner among the tied Entries based on the entry with the highest overall score for “Best overall coolness and originality.”

For more information, please refer to the official rules.

The winners will be notified by email by October 20th, and the winners will be announced on the ReBrick blog before October 28th.

Thank you everyone who entered and good luck!


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I like SNOT and I like it a lot. I’m not talking about the nasal kind (of course ;) but of the building technique “Studs Not On Top”. Below you’ll see 3 examples of this advanced building technique. Usually when building with LEGO bricks, the builder will stack the bricks on top of each other with the knobs/studs on top. But with the SNOT technique builders turn the bricks,...

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