From Andy Warhol to the Beatles to Star Wars – Lego has launched buildable pop-art poster sets


Lego has launched a new range of sets that allow you to build your own pop culture-inspired wall art and life has changed forever! As much as people would’ve liked to Netflix and chill in 2019, the story in 2020 is completely different. We are done to death with screen-time, TV series are no more engaging and everybody needs to unleash their inner child and do something creative with their time. This is where Lego comes in like a ray of sunshine giving us yet another awesome thing that will make our wallets wiggle their tails with joy! The Danish toy production company is soon to release a fresh collection of adult-friendly products called ‘Lego Art’, a lineup of portrait creations to recreate pop culture icons, including Darth Vader and Marilyn Monroe. Its time you put on the creativity caps and focused all your energy on creating colorful mosaic versions of Andy Warhol’s iconic Marilyn Monroe, portraits of The Beatles, Iron Man, and Star Wars Sith characters. You’re gonna be busy awhile as each set gives you the option to build multiple versions of the design, comprises around 3,500 pieces. You will find yourself engrossed with small, bead-size pieces and a canvas that you use to piece together a pop art poster while a 90-minute soundtrack keeps you entertained with curated tunes and facts about your subject while you’re putting your masterpiece together.


For Lego lovers, there’s no good reason for you to stop at just one as Lego says each set can be reimagined in a number of different ways. For example, if you purchase the Sith set, you can recreate one of three members from the dark side of the force: Darth Vader, Darth Maul, or Kylo Ren. Similarly, if you opt for the Beatles set, you can create any one member from the band only. To have the whole group rocking your living room wall you need to buy four sets and combine multiple canvases to create a larger image. The LEGO Art series is available from September 1 in the U.S. and August 1 for international retailers for a cost of $120 each.

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