Four new Lego art sets are releasing soon, each featuring three or four options for which pixel art image you wish to display. The four sets involve musical legends, The Beatles, American artist Andy Warhol, Marvel’s Iron Man, and Star Wars‘ Sith characters. The Iron Man set will be available to purchase starting tomorrow, Aug. 1.
These new Lego art sets allow fans to display their passions on the walls of their home or office. An included soundtrack with each of the sets will feature anecdotes from Star Wars and Iron Man creators or those who were close to The Beatles and Andy Warhol. The soundtrack has been included as a way to help adults creating the sets to relax while delving into the inspirations of each of the new Lego art sets’ designs.
New Lego art sets
The Lego Iron Man art set will be the first of the set’s to be available to the public, starting tomorrow, Aug. 1. This set will be exclusively available from Lego Retail Stores and Lego.com. The Iron Man art set gives three options for what images builders want to display. These include images of the Mark III suit, the Hulkbuster Mark I suit, or the Mark LXXXV suit.
The other new Lego art sets will be available to purchase from retailers in the US starting Sept. 1, though they’ll be available in retailers throughout the rest of the world tomorrow, Aug. 1. The set featuring The Sith also has three display options, which are portraits of Darth Vader, Darth Maul, or Kylo Ren. The Beatles set has four display options, one for each of the four band members. The Andy Warhol set features Marilyn Monroe and Warhol’s famous screen print of her; the four display options offer re-imagined colorations of this design.
Each of the sets is meant to be able to be taken apart so builders can change which art piece they wish to display. Each set will have an MSRP of $119.99.
Exclusive to the Iron Man and The Sith new Lego art sets, those who purchase three sets will be able to combine them into one new, larger image, either of Iron Man or Darth Vader.
These aren’t the only nerdy Lego sets to come to market this year. Earlier this month, a Lego NES console was announced, and last month marked the announcement of a 14 inch tall Mickey and Minnie Mouse Lego set.