You have seen LEGO enthusiasts done it, now LEGO is offering you the official products. We are talking about pop-art ‘posters’ created from LEGO elements. Yes. You heard that right. LEGO Art Sets are here and they are further prove that LEGO is taking adult collectors more seriously than ever before.

LEGO Art Sets for Adult Collectors

If you love LEGO and pop culture, you are going to dig the LEGO Art sets. Altogether, there are four new LEGO Art sets for you to choose from and they are: the iconic Marilyn Monroe pop art by Andy Warhol, the legendary British rock band The Beatles, Iron Man from Marvel Universe, and the Sith Lords of Star Wars.

Here are the official details of each set:

LEGO® Art’s Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe (31197)
• 3,332 pieces
• 4-in-1 Collectible Wall Art Building Kit for Adults
• Accompanying soundtrack includes interviews with Jessica Beck, Curator at The Andy Warhol Museum and stories from Blake Gopnik, Art Critic and the author of “Warhol”, a comprehensive biography.

LEGO® Art’s The Beatles (31198)
• 2,933 pieces
• 4-in-1 Collectible Wall Art Building Kit for Adults
• Accompanying soundtrack includes interviews with Broadcaster and Beatles Expert, Geoff Lloyd, British journalist and Beatles fan Samira Ahmed and stories from Nish Kumar, Comedian, TV Presenter and Beatles fan.

LEGO® Art’s Marvel Studios Iron Man (31199)
• 3,156 pieces
• 3-in-1 Collectible Wall Art Building Kit for Adults
• Three separate sets can be combined to make an ultimate Iron Man portrait piece
• Accompanying soundtrack includes interviews with Roy Thomas, former Marvel Editor in Chief and stories from Alex Grand, Marvel expert and host of “Comic Book Historians podcast”.

LEGO® Art’s Star Wars™ The Sith™ (31200)
• 3,395 pieces
• 3-in-1 Collectible Wall Art Building Kit for Adults
• Three separate sets can be combined to make an ultimate Darth Vader™ portrait piece
• Accompanying soundtrack includes interviews with Doug Chiang, VP & Executive Creative Director, Lucasfilm and stories from Glyn Dillon, creator of the design for Kylo Ren™, as seen in the Star Wars film saga.

LEGO Art 31197 Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe

All four sets come with a signature tile unique to the set, along with new hanging element to make them easy to hang up and switch around. And as you read from the official details, LEGO wants you to build and relax to soundtrack too.

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The LEGO Marvel Studios Iron Man will be available exclusively from LEGO Retail Stores and LEGO.com. As for the remaining three sets, they will be offered by retailers, starting August 1, 2020, or from September 1, 2020 in stateside.

They may be available for pre-order from retailers starting today at select retailers in certain countries.

LEGO Art 31198 The Beatles

Each LEGO pop art set measure over 15.5 inches (40 centimeters) when completed and sells for US$119.99. Relatively speaking, they are as expensive as real art. If you were to go for just one set, it is not overly pricey, but there’s a catch.

For example, with The Beatles, you can only have one band member at each time. Meaning if you want all four The Beatles’ members, you have will have pick up four sets. It can get really expensive.

However, the boon is – if you can call it a boon – for sets like Iron Man and The Sith, if you pick up all three of each set, you can combine them into one giant piece. LEGO has included a helpful tool to enable you to easy re-piece them together.

All images courtesy of LEGO Group.

Published by Mike chua

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