They’re asking people to submit photos of scenes for a story set in or around the garage. Inside or outside. You don’t even have to own the set to enter the contest as you can build a small piece or whatever is required to tell your story.
With 3 levels that include a 1950s gas station and mechanic garage on the ground floor, an animal clinic on the second floor and an apartment with rooftop access on the third floor, there’s a lot of storytelling potential for LEGO photographers.
(Hint: use the storytelling tips from Feb to impress the judges!)
Scenes don’t have to be limited to things that might happen in the Corner Garage building. Think outside the building! Tow trucks go out to service vehicles and vets make house calls too!
Of course, you don’t need to own this modular to be able to participate. It’s LEGO — use your imagination!
Full details are on the Brickcentral website.