Build Your Pop-Art Passion With These New LEGO Art Mosaics

LEGO has finally revealed its latest line of sets catered to the AFOL community. Last March, I made mention of a rumored series of LEGO wall art sets that are said to be launched in the latter of summer. And this time around, LEGO  has unveiled the LEGO Art sets that provide a new ‘canvas’ of creative building expression for older LEGO fans.

Slated to be launched on September 1st, the LEGO Art brings together some of the most iconic personalities and characters of the 20th century, allowing LEGO fans to render them in a LEGO mosaic format.

What is also interesting about these sets are the parts that are included with them. The new LEGO Art series comes with a new and wider black brick separator (which looks cool by the way), designed specifically to remove 4 or 6 tile pieces at a time. Though the media resource that LEGO has released does not give us a closer look at its new baseplate-like piece, I feel that the new canvas for the LEGO Art series is more like a large, singular 16×16 brick with Technic holes on its sides. These features allow the 9 pieces of these large bricks to be connected to each other to create an impressive 40cm square canvas. There’s also a generous amount of round tiles that come in new colors that serve as your brick paint of sorts in coloring your LEGO wall art.

And as a bonus, LEGO is throwing in some pretty neat interview soundtracks or anecdotes coming from the creators behind Iron Man and Star Wars and those individuals who are most familiar with the stories of Andy Warhol and the Beatles.

There are four sets in the LEGO Art theme, all of which will be available sometime between August and September, retailing for $199.99 per set. It should also be noted that although each LEGO Art set offers several options on how you can create your brick canvas, they cannot be built simultaneously. That means if you wish to have all of the Beatles members displayed side by side, then you must have 4 copies of set 31198. Also, it seems that in the case of the LEGO Art Iron Man and Star Wars mosaics, you can combine 3 of these sets to create larger, composite wall art.

Here’s what LEGO has to say about its latest line of products. Read on for LEGO’s official press release for the LEGO Art mosaic sets, followed by their official images. These are now listed over at LEGO Shop@Home, and you may click on the following affiliate links below if you wish to have a closer look.

Transform your passion into art: the LEGO Group puts pop-art back in the picture for adult builders.

New LEGO® ART sets featuring Marvel and Star Wars characters and famous celebrities help adults get into the right ‘frame’ of mind while creating their very own masterpiece.

Billund, July 1st, 2020: Today, the LEGO Group is launching a new canvas for creative expression alongside a series of much-loved partners. Designed for adults who pride themselves on their love of pop culture, four new LEGO® ART sets give creative adults a different way to transform their passion into art. 

Those who love Warhol or Marilyn Monroe, The Beatles, or iconic characters from the Marvel Universe and Star Wars™ galaxy can pay homage to their idols by creating their very own LEGO artwork portrait to proudly display in their homes, offices or wherever they enjoy their music, film or art. 

The LEGO® ART sets offer adults a new creative experience to help them relax and recharge as they transform a blank canvas (or in this case, small interlinking base plates) using LEGO tiles. Each set can be reimagined in several different ways to express the personality of each different builder and to make it easy and simple for pop culture lovers to refresh the LEGO ART piece on display in their house. All four new sets come with a signature tile unique to the set that is worthy of any true work of art, and a new hanging element to make them easy to hang up and switch around.

With new research from the LEGO Group finding that 73% of adults often research new ways to help them relax*, each LEGO ART set comes with a bespoke soundtrack that makes the perfect building companion. Featuring fascinating anecdotes from the creators of Iron Man and *Star Wars*, or those closest to the stories of Andy Warhol and the Beatles, the soundtracks dive deep into the inspiration behind each design to help adults fully immerse themselves in the building experience and unwind while they explore their love of music, art or film in a new way. 

The LEGO® Marvel Studios Iron Man set will be available exclusively from LEGO Retail Stores and while the other three sets will be available from retailers from 1st August 2020, or from 1st September in the US. Products may be available to pre-order from 1st July from selected retailers in certain countries.

LEGO Art Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe (31197)
3,341 pieces | $119.99


LEGO Art The Beatles (31198)

2,933 pieces | $119.99




LEGO Art Marvel Studios Iron Man (31199)
3,167 pieces | $119.99
LEGO Art Star Wars The Sith (31200)
3,406 pieces | $119.99


ICYMI: LEGO Ideas The Ultimate Tour Building Contest Launched

The LEGO Ideas platform has launched a new building contest that allows us to build our best LEGO rendition of our Ducati dream ride. Inspired by the upcoming  LEGO Technic Ducati Panigale V4 R (42107), the LEGO Ideas The Ultimate Tour Building Contest encourages fans to envision their ultimate Ducati picture-perfect ride using LEGO Technic pieces or other LEGO bricks and pieces that we may have lying around at home.

The Ultimate Tour!

There must be a street, or place you’ve dreamed of riding an awesome Ducati through? To celebrate the Ducati being immortalized in LEGO Technic elements, we want to see where you would take your bike. It could be a real location, or somewhere you make up, and you don’t have to be on your own!

You can build your own bike from Technic elements and/or LEGO bricks and your scenery can be built out of LEGO bricks and/or Technic elements.

This latest LEGO Ideas contest had already begun last June 16 and will run until July 13. And like other LEGO Ideas building contest, the prizes up for grabs for the First, Second, and Third place winners do not disappoint as well. Check out the prizes that are up for grabs for this LEGO Ideas The Ultimate Tour Building Contest.

First Place Winner

LEGO Ideas The Ultimate Tour


Second Place Winner


Third Place Winner


The LEGO Technic Ducati Panigale V4 R (42107) comes in at 646 pieces and is expected to retail for $69.99 once it arrives in LEGO Stores in August. It is currently listed at LEGO Shop@Home if you want to take a look.

LEGO City Elite Sets Added to the Roster of Upcoming LEGO Summer Releases

It looks like the good guys of LEGO City are getting some reinforcements. From the depths of the sea in collaboration with National Geographic, we now return to the action-packed city with three additional LEGO City Elite sets slated to be released in August.

Spotted over at Dutch online LEGO retailer Brickshop, images of these LEGO City Elite sets are now up including what I assume is LEGO’s official product description. As of this posting, these sets are still yet to be listed at LEGO Shop@Home. However, since it is expected to be released in August, then we might see it pop up anytime soon. For now, let’s take a look at these images together with a rough Google translation of their product descriptions. Thanks to the Brickfinder for the tip.

Police Boat Transport (60272)

166 pieces | 19.99€ | Minifigures include: Duke DeTain and Clara the Criminal

LEGO City Elite

Young children love to play the everyday hero, and with this LEGO City Elite Police Boat Transport (60272) set you can! The set includes a cool armored police off-roader with a detachable trailer, a police boat and a cool speedboat. And with Lieutenant Duke DeTain and Clara the Criminal, popular characters from the LEGO City Adventures TV show, all the ingredients are there for hours of action-packed LEGO gameplay. LEGO Building Instructions app for smartphones and tablets. This interactive building guide with great zoom and spin features helps beginner LEGO builders to become true master builders! The LEGO City Elite police sets offer exciting play scenario ‘ s that reflect real life in a fun and imaginative way. The realistic vehicles and fun characters stimulate imaginative, unlimited role play and promote the creativity of children from 5 years.


Police Chase Drill (60273)

179 pieces | 19.99€ | Minifigures include: Sam Grizzled and Hacksaw Hank

LEGO City Elite

Kids who love toy cars and fans of the hit LEGO City Adventures TV series will love this fun LEGO City Elite Police Chase Driller (60273) playset. Features an armored police car and a powerful mining drill, plus figures by Sam Grizzled and villain Hacksaw Hank from the LEGO City TV series for endless action-packed fun. This LEGO playset includes an easy-to-follow building guide and Instructions PLUS – part of the free LEGO Building Instructions app for smartphones and tablets. This interactive building guide with great zoom and spin features helps young LEGO builders become true master builders!
The Elite Police playsets belong to the LEGO City universe and offer an exciting building and playing experience. Kids will love coming up with exciting scenarios with models and characters that reflect real life in a fun and imaginative way.


Police Lighthouse Boarding (60274)

189 pieces | 19.99€ | Minifigures include: Rooky Partnur and Vito

LEGO City Elite

Kids with a passion for role-playing will love this LEGO City Elite Police lighthouse boarding (60274) playset with a toy lighthouse, police reconnaissance helicopter and improvised raft. And with the characters from Rooky Partnur and Vito from the LEGO TV series and a hungry shark, all the ingredients are there for exciting action-packed adventures! You will find the building instructions for this LEGO City building toys in the box. Or you can go online and download Instructions PLUS, part of the free LEGO Building Instructions app for smartphones and tablets. This interactive building guide with great zoom and rotate functions quickly turns beginner LEGO builders into real master builders! LEGO City Elite Police sets provide an exciting build and play experience with cool toy vehicles and fun characters that reflect real life in a fun and imaginative way.

LEGO Store July 2020 Store Calendar Is All About Summer Fun

Summer has kicked in, and LEGO inspires us to think-out-of-the-box and to reinvent what it means to have fun during this season. As the threat of COVID-19 is still very real, we can still make summer fun and exciting with the wave of new LEGO sets now available at the LEGO Store, plus a couple of nice freebies to go along with it. These and much more are highlighted in the online version of the LEGO Store July 2020 Store Calendar. Let’s take a quick look at what it has to offer.

Free LEGO Creator Creative Fun 12-in-1 (40411) Set

Offer valid from July 1-26, 2020 

LEGO Store July 2020



Free LEGO Back to School Pack (5005969)

Offer valid from July 27 to 29, 2020

LEGO Store July 2020

This next promotional item has a quite short promo period, scheduled to be available only for three days. However, it will appeal mostly to younger LEGO fans who take pride in showing their love for the brick. For every LEGO purchase worth $50 or more from July 27 to 29 will qualify you for a free LEGO Back to School Pack (5005969). This stationery freebie comes with a neat transparent pencil case, CMF character stickers, ruler, pencil, a notebook, and a nice brick-shaped eraser.


Free LEGO Christmas Tree (40338)

Offer valid from July 24-26, 2020

It’s an early holiday treat from LEGO as they bring back one of 2019’s gift-with-purchase set. The LEGO Christmas Tree (40338) will be added to your cart for free from July 24-26 when your LEGO purchase reaches $100 and above. This brick-built tree comes in at an impressive 392 pieces and is a perfect ornament for that Holiday Winter Village that you’re planning to display.


LEGO VIPs Monthly Sweepstakes – Limited Edition Bizarro Minifigure

Enter online at the VIP Reward Center from July 13-August 2, 2020

LEGO Store July 2020

It looks like LEGO intends this to be a regular thing. Following the return of the LEGO Deadpool Duck Minifigure (SDCC 2017 promotional exclusive) as a VIP Sweepstakes prize earlier this month, another SDCC exclusive added to the roster of VIP rewards. The limited-edition LEGO DC Comics Superheroes Bizarro Minifigure is the next sweepstakes prize up for grabs. This rare minifigure made its debut at SDCC 2012 as a ComicCon promotional with only 1,000 or so minifigs made for the said event. You may enter online from July 13 to August 2, with 50 VIP points per sweepstakes entry.

And similar to previous months, the LEGO Store July 2020 Store Calendar shows no indication of any LEGO in-store activities slated for next month as a precaution against the spread of COVID-19. However, LEGO promises to gradually re-open all of its stores as long as the proper health protocols are in place. So for the time being, be sure to check out the many LEGO sets scheduled to be released in July and August such as the LEGO Disney Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse Buildable Characters (43179) and a plethora of LEGO Super Mario expansion sets to name a few.  Just click on these affiliate links to know more.

LEGO Harry Potter Collectible Minifigures Series 2 (71028) Coming in September

Since its launch back in August 2018, the LEGO Harry Potter CMF (71022) has proved itself popular among LEGO HP fans, with most sharing the same sentiment that a follow-up series is long overdue.  There have been rumors circulating online that another CMF series dedicated to the magical theme is now in the works. And this time it seems that LEGO has finally confirmed its arrival. From the looks of it, we can now expect the LEGO Harry Potter Collectible Minifigures Series 2 (71028) starting September.

The news of the upcoming LEGO HP CMF Series 2 has been hinted upon by LEGO itself through its recently released digital catalogs. What is interesting is that though virtually all regional versions of the catalogs mention a new CMF series in September, the Australian version of the LEGO catalog points it out to be 71028.

Though it may be pointed out that the catalog listing does not in any way mention 71028 to be a Harry Potter-themed CMF, leaks as early as last month show it to be otherwise. I’m not in the liberty of showing these images here, but a cursory search over at Instagram for example will show you the way – that is if you don’t bother looking at spoilers. What we can determine from this reveal by LEGO is the fact that the LEGO Harry Potter Collectible Minifigure Series 2 (71028) is the next CMF to be released this year and we can expect it to be in stores by September.

In case you missed it, here’s what you can expect from this upcoming CMF. Take note that there are a total of 16 minifigs to collect in this series, and the following are just some of the characters that we know so far:

  • Professor Pomona Sprout with mandrake
  • Luna Lovegood with new lion hat accessory (unlike that from the lion costume from TLM2 CMF 71023)
  • Professor Albus Dumbledore  as seen from the Chamber of Secrets, together with our first most recent LEGO version of Fawkes
  • Kingsley Shacklebolt with broom accessory
  • Neville Longbottom in school robes (unlike that from 71022) with a Book of Monsters figure
  • Bellatrix Lestrange in her Azkaban outfit, and newspaper accessory
  • Harry Potter with Advanced Potion-Making book
  • Moaning Myrtle
  • Griphook in his Gringotts outfit

So what do you think of the new LEGO Harry Potter Collectible Minifigures Series 2 (71028)? Let me know in the comments below.  Special thanks to the Brickfinder for the heads up.

LEGO Brick Sketches Sets Now Listed at LEGO Shop@Home

Since its reveal last month, the new LEGO Brick Sketches theme received a lot of mixed reactions from the LEGO fan community. Expected to be geared towards older fans of LEGO (though the product description suggests that it is also offered to 8 years and above), the LEGO Brick Sketches sets allow some room for creative expression, rather than being desired for its virtually lacking play feature.

Nevertheless, these sets are now listed at LEGO Shop@Home for those who are interested. The LEGO Brick Sketches theme currently offers four licensed variants coming from the DC and Star Wars themes: Batman, The Joker, a First Order Stormtrooper, and BB-8. Designed by avid LEGO MOC builder turned LEGO designer Chris McVeigh, these brick portraits are built on a 12×16 baseplate that also comes with a sturdy, built-in hook that you can use to either hang the portrait on a wall or as a stand for tabletop displays.

These sets are slated to be available for purchase starting July 15. You may click on the following affiliate links if you want them added to your LEGO wishlist over at LEGO’s online shopping portal.

Batman (40386) 

115 pieces | $19.99

LEGO Brick Sketches

The Joker (40428)

170 pieces | $19.99

LEGO Brick Sketches


First Order Stormtrooper (40391)

151 pieces | $19.99

LEGO Brick Sketches


BB-8 (40431)

171 pieces | $19.99

LEGO Brick Sketches

Take a Look at the LEGO Marvel Avengers Iron Man Armory (76167)

With so many LEGO reveals during the past few days, I have to admit that this particular set fell off from my radar. All digital versions of the various regional LEGO catalogs were already released, and as you may already know, these catalogs have subtle differences that are a bit easy to miss. However, for the eagle-eyed LEGO fan, these differences in content offer a trove of reveals as well. The German version of the catalog for example, now reveals a new LEGO Marvel Avengers set that many of you might be interested in. And thanks to Promobricks, we now have a closer look at the LEGO Marvel Avengers Iron Man Armory (76167).

If you already saw the German version of the LEGO Catalog for 2H 2020, you might have seen this portion already.

LEGO Marvel Avengers Iron Man Armory (76167)

It’s kind of easy to miss because of the relatively small space that LEGO allotted for this set. However, Promobricks has now published a number of official images that allows for a better appreciation of what this set has to offer.

LEGO Marvel Avengers Iron Man Armory (76167)

Scheduled to arrive in August, the LEGO Marvel Avengers Iron Man Armory (76167) comes in at 258 pieces and is expected to retail for 29.99€. And if you’re familiar with last year’s LEGO Marvel Avengers Iron Man Hall of Armor (76125), you’ll quickly notice that the former may be attached to the latter as a sort of expansion set. The best part is, the Iron Man Armory also includes a ‘garage’ minifigure version of Tony Stark himself without donning any of his armors. It gives a more display-worthy vibe for these sets when combined. 

LEGO Marvel Avengers Iron Man Armory (76167)

Other than this new workshop version of Tony, the set also comes with a new Iron Man armor very similar to the Mark L minifigure with its nano-based tech. We also have our first minifig version of the Mark II Prototype Iron Man armor, plus two A.I.M. Agents.

The LEGO Marvel Avengers Iron Man Armory (76167) also includes a hot rod build which is in front and center of this set, reflecting Tony’s penchant with automobiles whenever he is not tinkering around with his set of armors. The Iron Man Armory (76167) is not listed as of this posting over at LEGO Shop@Home, but with a release date of August, we can expect that more info to come by next month.

The Results Are In: LEGO Ideas Third 2019 Review Results Announced

After announcing their awesome giveaway the day before, the LEGO Ideas Team led by Hasan Jensen and Samuel Johnson has just announced the victors of the LEGO Ideas Third 2019 Review Results. Out of 12 qualifiers, it turns out that we can now expect three additional LEGO Ideas sets added to the theme’s roster. Check out the video of their highly anticipated announcement.

A huge congratulations to the following LEGO product ideas for making it to this elite circle:

Home Alone. McCallister’s House by  Alex Storozhuk (aka adwind)

LEGO Ideas Third 2019 Review Results

Home Alone – is a 1990 Christmas movie… Come on, you guys all know what Home Alone is! Let’s talk about what this movie has become to thousands of us around the globe. To our family Home Alone is a Christmas tradition, symbol, and very warm memories of childhood! So in this project, I and my wife Nadya tried to put as much love and details as we could!

This set consists of 3000 pieces. McCallister’s house has 2 floors full of furniture and stuff from the movie and of course, it features a mansard. There is a small tree house outside with a rope that links it with the main structure to help Kevin escape. 

The main roof and kitchen roof are removable and also the house itself is openable to let you recreate scenes and make your own stories!

Here you may see the main hall, kitchen and dining area, brick-built stairs, mom and dad bedroom, Buzz room, 2 bathrooms, storeroom.

There are 3 minifigures: Kevin, Harry, and Marv.


LEGO Typewriter by Steve Guinness (aka Steve Guinness)

LEGO Ideas Third 2019 Review Results

I have designed and built this replica typewriter, that has a working hand-cranked mechanism. I originally developed the idea whilst I was on the Legomasters TV show in the UK. Since then I have continued to refine the design, making a hand-cranked mechanism instead of a power functions motor that I had originally fitted. I have also had the keys printed up with letters. I believe this would make a fun and unique lego ideas project. I think it showcases the versatility of the Lego brick and would look amazing on any Lego fans desk, at home or even in the office at work!

I hope to add more updates, showing my ideas for the packaging, and giving details on how I developed the working mechanism.

I’m dedicating the idea to my wife Rachael, who is my best friend and an amazing support to me, she always believes in me and is an amazing encouragement to me in everything I do. I would love to be able to walk into a Lego shop with Rachael and my children Daisy and Obby, and see my design on the shelves 🙂


Seinfeld 30th Anniversary by Brent Waller (aka BrentWaller)

LEGO Ideas Third 2019 Review Results

This LEGO Ideas project celebrates the 30th Anniversary of the beloved classic 90s comedy sitcom with an accurate recreation of Jerry’s Upper West Side Manhattan apartment using approximately 900 LEGO Pieces.

It also includes 5 minifigures including Comedian and shows namesake, Jerry Seinfeld, neurotic best friend George Costanza, friend Elaine Benes, eccentric but kind-hearted neighbor Cosmo Kramer and Jerry’s arch-nemesis, mailman and neighbor known only as “Newman”.


Though I have to say that I was a bit surprised that the either the Winter Chalet or the Legend of Zelda product ideas did not make it to the cut, I am still happy for the fan designers behind these winning projects. The LEGO Ideas Typewriter is a technically impressive piece of work, while the LEGO Home Alone and Seinfeld sets will surely hit the nostalgic sweet spots of older LEGO fans.

It’s too early to tell on when these winning product ideas will be eventually available since the LEGO Ideas design and review teams will certainly be hard at work on these three fan projects. They also have a handful of product ideas to work on as they now enter the First 2020 LEGO Ideas Review Stage with its staggering 26 qualifiers. It will surely be a busy year at LEGO Ideas HQ.

So what do you think about the LEGO Ideas Third 2019 Review Results? Are you happy about these selections? Let’s talk about it in the comments. below.

LEGO Ideas Third 2019 Review Results Are Coming In With A Huge Giveaway

After hinting on the upcoming LEGO Ideas Third 2019 Review Results a couple of weeks ago, the LEGO Ideas Review Team has now revealed that the results for this review stage will be up in the next 24 hours. To make the announcement even more exciting for fans, LEGO Ideas Engagement Manager, Hasan Jensen, kicks off the big reveal with an equally huge raffle giveaway.

LEGO fans now have a chance of winning the impressive and much desired LEGO Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay (21322) by simply sending in your comment on which among these 10K qualifiers do you think will eventually emerge as the next official LEGO Ideas set.

  1. Queen: I Want to Break Free by Han Sbricksteen
  2. Seinfeld 30th Anniversary by BrentWaller
  3. The Legend of Zelda: BotW Stables by Hanwasyellowfirst
  4. Planet Express Delivery Ship by Nicola Stocchi & gabriele.zannotti
  5. Ratatouille: Open The Doors! by Brick Project
  6. LEGO Typewriter by Steve Guinness
  7. The Legend of the BIONICLE: Celebrating 20 years of Lego stories by Sokoda
  8. The Huascar by aldrin
  9. Winter Chalet by sdrnet
  10. Toronto Rocket Subway Train – Minifigure scale Electric Train by Legovader217
  11. Home Alone. McCallister’s House by adwind
  12. Clockwork Aquarium by mjsmiley
Two LEGO Ideas Pirates of Barracuda Bay (21322) sets will be given away as raffle prizes for the reveal of the LEGO Ideas Third Review Results.   

Here’s a quick overview of the contest rules.


We’re giving away 2 LEGO Ideas 21322 Pirates of Barracuda Bay sets!

How do you win?
Let us know in the comments of either this LEGO Ideas blog post or the relevant Facebook post what you think the results of this LEGO Ideas review will be based on the 10K Club submissions shown in this blog post. We’ll draw 1 random winner on each platform from among all those who guess correctly or guess the closest either via the blog post or Facebook. (i.e. 1 winner among comments on the LEGO Ideas blog and 1 winner among comments on the LEGO Ideas Facebook post).

We’ll close for guesses at 4pm CET (Danish time) on the 23rd June, 2020, as soon as the results are revealed.

Just don’t forget to post your comment either on the LEGO Ideas blog site, or over at their Facebook page where the above video is found, on or before the deadline at 11 AM EDT or 8 AM PDT the next day.

Truth be told, I’m really hoping for the Legend of Zelda BotW Stables product idea to push through. It will be a good indicator of things to come between LEGO and Nintendo if this product idea is pulled off, especially considering that we already have our official line up of LEGO Super Mario sets.

And while we’re still waiting for the official LEGO versions of the winners of the LEGO Ideas Second 2019 Review Stage in the form of the LEGO Ideas Medieval Blacksmith and Winnie the Pooh sets,  which product idea do you think will make the cut in the LEGO Ideas Third 2019 Review? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.

LEGO Technic Summer 2020 Set Images Released

Various digital versions of the LEGO Catalog have already been released, and with it comes our first look at some of the upcoming LEGO sets slated for the 2nd half of 2020. And thanks once more to Swiss online LEGO retailer Mein Spielzeug, we can now have a closer look at some of the upcoming LEGO Technic Summer 2020 sets scheduled to arrive in August.

Joining the sleek and stylish LEGO Technic Ducati Panigale V4 R (42107), are three large Technic sets that cater to the advanced LEGO builder. Two of these sets, in particular, can also be motorized. Additionally, the largest among them, the 6×6 Volvo Articulated Hauler, can also be remotely operated using LEGO Technic Control+ system. Check out the following images below from Mein Spielzeug.

These LEGO Technic summer 2020 sets are expected to arrive at your local LEGO Store and online in August. I’ll make another post about these sets once they make their appearance over at US LEGO Shop@Home

Thanks to The Brick Fan for the heads up.

Concrete Mixer (42112)

1,163 pieces | 99.99

LEGO Technic Summer 2020


Bell Boeing V-22 Osprey (42113)

1,636 pieces | 129.99

LEGO Technic Summer 2020


6×6 Volvo Articulated Hauler (42114)

2,193 pieces | 249.99

LEGO Technic Summer 2020