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LEGO Launches Buildable Posters For $120 Each, And They Come With Their Own Unique Soundtracks

LEGO makes too many awesome things for our wallets to handle! One of their newest projects is a series of pop culture-themed art posters that you can build yourself. (Can you hear that in the distance? That’s me, fanboying. Loudly.)

The new LEGO Art lineup has four incredible sets, including Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe, portraits of the legendary band The Beatles, different versions of the Iron Man suit, and a set of Sith portraits from Star Wars. Scroll down and have a look, dear Pandas. Just don’t give in to the Dark Side of the Force.

Another cool thing is that each of these sets comes with its own unique soundtrack for you to listen to while you’re putting your poster together. Now that’s a whole new level of immersion.

LEGO released its new Art range with 4 pop culture-inspired sets. They’re mosaic posters that you can build yourself!

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There are posters for fans of Iron Man, too, not just fans of Star Wars

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And let’s not forget about Andy Warhol’s print of Marilyn Monroe

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Here’s LEGO’s video about Warhol’s print

 

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If you love The Beatles, you can get mosaics of the legendary foursome and turn you home into a miniature art gallery

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Don’t they look great together?

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Here’s how Darth Maul looks like in a home environment

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Each LEGO Art set costs around 120 dollars

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Star Wars fans rejoice! Just be careful not to give in to the Dark Side!

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Each set comes with its own unique 90-minute-long soundtrack that you can listen to while building your poster

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Samuel Johnson, the design lead for the LEGO Art range, told Brickset that LEGO went for recognizable icons, including Star Wars and Marvel so that anybody who is interested in those themes can appreciate the mosaic posters. He added that the building instructions for each poster have a QR code that lets you access the soundtrack. Each one is around 90-minutes-long.

If you just can’t wait for the LEGO Art sets, you’ll need to be patient a while longer. They’re launching on August 1 for international retailers and September 1 in the United States. Of course, you can always preorder them if you want to call ‘dibs’ on ‘em.

Each one of the sets costs around 120 dollars, so it’s a more serious investment than getting a paper poster for your room. On the other hand, it’ll last longer and you’re likely to pay that much (and possibly more) for high-quality posters made by well-known artists.

If you’re a Harry Potter fan, sadly, there aren’t any LEGO Art sets out for you (yet) but you can always get John Lennon’s poster and squint a bit (“You’re a Yellow Submarine, Harry!”).

Building each poster might take you a while. Each LEGO Art set has around 3.5k pieces (and the vast majority of them are studs). So be careful not to vacuum any up while you’re tidying up your home in the middle of your creative process.

Let us know which of these posters you love the most, dear Pandas. Meanwhile, I’ll be waiting for my next paycheck and building tiny versions of the posters with the LEGO pieces I have at home.

People loved the idea of LEGO posters that you can build brick by brick and stud by stud

While some people were a bit more skeptical

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