LEGO ART Sets Review Round-up
Sep27

LEGO ART Sets Review Round-up

Back in August, LEGO® introduced a brand new theme called LEGO ART. As the name suggests, it’s an artistic build experience which is also part of the 18+ product line. I’ve now built all four sets and reviewed each one, which you can check out by following the links below. I hope the product line expands with additional sets as the potential to encapsulate current licensed themes as well as introduce new ones, is endless....

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31200: Star Wars The Sith LEGO ART Review
Sep25

31200: Star Wars The Sith LEGO ART Review

With a partnership spanning over 20 years, it was inevitable that Star Wars would inspire one of the new LEGO® ART sets. But with so many iconic characters to recreate as buildable art, it would be the Darkside which prevailed. Three generations of movies have each had their own big bad. From the original trilogy, it was the Dark Lord of the Sith – Darth Vader. From the prequels, it would be the menacing Sith Apprentice –...

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LEGO ART Pop Culture Icons Sets Review
Sep09

LEGO ART Pop Culture Icons Sets Review

The LEGO® ART sets were introduced a couple of months ago and form part of the new 18+ range of sets, which are solely aimed at adult LEGO fans or AFOLs. However, LEGO ART sets have an appeal beyond the average LEGO fan. As well as to sets based on movie licenses, there are two sets which are inspired by pop culture icons. One is a completely new subject matter for LEGO, in the form of Andy Warhol’s famous Marilyn Monroe popart...

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31199: Marvel Studios Iron Man LEGO Art Review
Aug15

31199: Marvel Studios Iron Man LEGO Art Review

LEGO® Art is an interesting new theme, introduced earlier this month. It’s also part of the new 18+ range of sets, which are solely aimed at adult LEGO fans or AFOLs. However, LEGO Art has an appeal beyond the average LEGO fan. This is partly due to the subject matter of each set and the process of building them, which is unlike the average build. They also offer an addition of an accompanying ‘soundtrack’ which is...

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