Chronicle has announced the official LEGO books that the publisher will launch in April.
This April sees the first books coming from Chronicle Books, the publisher with an official licence to print adult LEGO books. As well as books there will be jigsaw and stationery products.
Here are the titles and official descriptions:
This colorful book recreates objects and scenes from everyday life using LEGO bricks. Transforming handfuls of bricks into minty toothpaste, eggs and bacon, lush houseplants, and more, LEGO Still Life reimagines the mundane and sparks playfulness in everyday life.
It’s not always easy being a LEGO minifigure. Welcome to the wacky LEGO world, where minifigures of all sorts navigate life, love, and leisure in miniature. Whether they are out at poker night, a first date, or group therapy, you’ll find that the lives of minifigures are not so different from our own—just without the fingers and noses.
Share the LEGO love with this delightful collection of 100 postcards. Featuring 50 images of everyday objects and scenes recreated with LEGO bricks, these postcards transform the mundane into beautiful works of art and are a fun way to share joy and creativity with friends and loved ones.
LEGO Paint Party Puzzle (April 28)
This jigsaw puzzle is a whole new way to build with LEGO® bricks! A surprising take on the ordinary, the puzzle pieces come together to reveal colorful cans of paint…with a LEGO twist. This delightful 1000-piece puzzle will challenge your skills as it showcases the creative spirit integral to the LEGO brand.
“The LEGO brick and the LEGO minifigure are timeless icons that embody the creativity, imagination, and fun at the heart of the LEGO experience,” says Robin Pearson, LEGO Director of Licensing, Publishing. “Through our collaboration with Chronicle Books, we are finding new ways to explore these icons with books and gifts that will surprise and delight LEGO fans of all ages.
“LEGO fandom is special in so many ways, but it’s particularly unique in the way it spans generations,” says Brittany McInerney, Senior Editor, Chronicle Books. “We all share a collective joy in clicking bricks together—no matter your age. With the LEGO Group, we wanted to create something fresh and sophisticated to appeal to a wide spectrum of LEGO fans. That includes everyone from nostalgic adults and parents converted by their kids, to deeply committed collectors and die-hard builders. We’re proud to launch with an exciting range of books and gifts that represents a true collaboration with our partners at the LEGO Group, and we’ll be rolling out even more in 2021.”