LEGO Art sets available to pre-order now

The official online shop is offering the four new LEGO Art sets, featuring Star Wars, Marvel, Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe and The Beatles, for pre-order.

LEGO Art is now available to pre-order at Fans can get their order in for 31197 Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe, 31198 The Beatles, 31199 Marvel Studios Iron Man and 31200 Star Wars The Sith, ahead of their release date of August 1 in the UK and September 1 in the USA.

Each set measures 15.5” (40cm) square and is priced at £114.99 in the UK and $119.9 in the USA.

NB: The pre-order is not available in the USA.

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Each set can be reconfigured in different ways; the Iron Man set offers three alternate depictions of the character, the Star Wars set can be built as Darth Vader, Darth Maul or Kylo Ren, the Andy Warhol set can be built in four different colour configurations and The Beatles set can be changed into any of the four band members.

“We know adults are always trying to destress after a day at work, and we thought, what better way to help them switch off than by encouraging them to explore their favourite passion in a new creative way?” Says Louise Elizabeth Bontoft, Senior Design Director.

“With these wider ranging designs, we believe that we can inspire film fans, music lovers and art and design aficionados to immerse themselves in a world of art and creativity linked to their idols. Through this new experience, we believe adults can unwind, engage in a mindful building activity and ultimately create a beautiful piece of wall art that perfectly reflects their personality.”

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