Last week, we gazed in wonder at the official product listing of a new upcoming LEGO Art set. At least, fans of superheroes in general and DC’s Batman in particular would. After all, the Art set in question not only depicts the Dark Knight (and some of his equally iconic rogues). The designs were based on actual artwork by Jim Lee, comic-book artist extraordinaire and publisher-chief creative officer of DC Comics. Surely the Jim Lee Batman Collection (31205) won’t be topped by any other LEGO Art set coming soon? To that, the King of Rock and Roll issues a challenge.
Brickset tells us that LEGO.com has a new LEGO Art listing: Elvis Presley “The King” (31204). This one is for music lovers, especially followers of The King. One can use the tiles to build one of three possible Elvis portraits. Do you want the fresh-faced rocker, the movie star or The King in glory? Even better, combine three sets 31204 to create a memorabilia artwork that LEGO’s keeping secret for now. Like the Jim Lee Batman Collection (31205), LEGO Art Elvis Presley “The King” is coming out this March 1.
Elvis Presley “The King” (31204)
Age 18+ | 3,445 pieces | $119.99 |coming March 1
Display your passion
Build 1 of 3 wall decor pictures of Elvis Presley through the years – his start in music, in his prime or later in his career. Can’t choose one? Combine 3 sets to make the ultimate memorabilia piece. As you build, scan the QR code and listen to the Soundtrack, with nearly 2 hours of content tailor-made to really immerse you in the project. Finish the art piece with an Elvis Presley signature tile, ready to display on a wall or shelf.
- Choose from 3 designs – Explore the different faces of an icon as you build this LEGO® Art Elvis Presley “The King” (31204) wall art set, featuring a portrait kit with 3 build options
- Made for display – This 3,445-piece LEGO® hobby project includes 9 canvas wall decor plates, an Elvis Presley signature tile, 2 hanger elements, a brick separator and brick-built frame
- Created for Elvis Presley fans – Pay tribute to the King of Rock & Roll, creating a LEGO® portrait of the entertainer during his rise to fame, in his prime, or later in his career