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Lego’s next limited-edition sets could include an Elven Castle and this Sushi Restaurant

A traditional looking Japanese building made entirely out of Lego, with a fountain, flowers, two stories, entranceways and signs to the Sushi restaurant.
The Sushi Restaurant, by Brickproject. | Image via Bricklink Designer Program

On Wednesday, Lego sold 30,000 copies of a Lego castle designed by a fan — the Mountain Fortress — earning him half a million dollars for his work. For a while, the company’s website was flattened under the load, and my Verge story about these fan-designed sets was pretty popular, too.

So I suspect you might also be interested in a future wave of limited-edition, fan-designed Lego sets — and the chance to vote on them yourself!

Today marks one week before voting wraps in the Lego BrickLink Designer Program Series 4, where many incredible ideas are currently vying for the chance to become an actual product packaged, sold, and shipped by The Lego Group.

And while Lego will have the final say, it wants to know which sets you prefer. Here…

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