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  • AFOL Photography featured on LEGO Employee Christmas Cards

    Sara Skahill

    Every year, The LEGO Group gives its employees a holiday gift, you might have read that this year’s gift is 4002019 Christmas X-Wing. When these gifts are given to employees, a Christmas Card is included.

    This year, the official LEGO employee Christmas card is decorated with a photo created by Joseph Cowlishaw of the recognized community Toy Photographers. Recently the LEGO Group has been featured more fan created images and videos on their social media channels but featuring AFOL photography on a holiday card is an exciting new opportunity!


    Here is what Scott Neillands, Associate Creative Director in the LEGO Agency, says about this year’s Christmas card:

    “We were looking for inspiration for this year’s LEGO Christmas card and discovered all the great Christmas-themed images that were already being created by the Toy Photography community. It just made so much sense to tap into what they were doing and use one of the great images for our Christmas card. I’m sure it won’t be the last time we’ll be working together with them.”

    The photo from the holiday card is just one of many LEGO holiday photos shared with us by Toy Photographers. Here you can see some of the other photos that hopefully will spark joy and inspiration as they’re shared on LEGO channels throughout this holiday season.


    On behalf of the team, we wish you all a FANtastic holiday 🎅

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    I'd love to see a calendar with photos provided by recognised communities. Next year might be too soon though - that gives you 381 days to get one sorted out :D

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    One of our mods submitted a photo for the holiday card, and while not chosen as the official one, all of us on the Brickcentral team received one! What a thrill!


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    Photography these days is I hard road, so I am supper happy to see LEGO supporting photographers in their creativity and works!  

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