Lego May Soon Release Daft Punk Helmets

Since Daft Punk announced their retirement one year ago, there has been some good news surrounding the duo. However, it appears that one of Daft Punk’s iconic helmets may soon become a collectible item thanks to a recent LEGO announcement.

In January 2021, a creator by the name of Eliot O’Brien submitted a model idea of the signature Daft Punk helmets to the LEGO submission website, where people from all over the world are invited to submit their ideas for consideration as the next mass-produced LEGO collectible to be considered for production. The LEGO team will consider the platform if it receives at least 10,000 subscribers and receives at least 10,000 votes in order for it to be considered. O’Brien’s model appears to be an accurate representation of the duo, which is an impressive accomplishment. Despite the fact that it was a minuscule and seemingly perfect hand-held piece, O’Brien admitted that it was difficult modeling the curvatures of the intricate helmets.

“The mainly-curved shapes were a great challenge to figure out with Lego bricks, especially with Guy-Manuel’s helmet, though the windscreen from the UCS Slave-I proved to be an invaluable asset…though the builds use a lot of chrome pieces, they could be substituted for the more common flat silver and pearl gold colors without compromising too much on the overall look.”

The creation is only a few hundred votes away from reaching the milestone of 5,000 supporters. O’Brien, who is a huge fan of Daft Punk’s music, says in the description beneath the 3D helmets, “I personally would love to see an idea like this become an official set,” which is a reference to the band’s music.

If you’d like to see this creation come to life, you can donate to the design by clicking here.

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