IKEA and LEGO partnered to create a design / building game that cultivates problem-solving skills early in life –– helping to make them intuitive later on.
(Manuals + Box): This is the game packaging. In typical IKEA fashion, assembly guides are visual and user-friendly. Atypically, they're also open-ended – encouraging builders to plan and execute their own designs.
(Print Ads): This is the competition. Using only LEGOs and their imaginations, kids are asked to design a unique chair for IKEA. The winning idea will be built to life, sold in IKEA stores, and named after its creator. These print ads were placed in IKEA's catalog for parents.
(Vending Machine): These are located in the children's IKEA department.
Integrated advertisment created by Miami Ad School, United States for IKEA, within the category: House, Garden.
Print Ad 1: Assemble A Bright Child.
Print Ad 2: Raise The Next Eames.
Print Ad 3: Be The Proud Mom Of Our New Designer.
Print Ad 4: Let Your Kid Fill In The Blank.
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