LEGO sets bring some of our favorite worlds to life. Whether it’s a giant star wars AT-AT set or our current world—that really spins!– there are few things you can’t achieve with a little help from LEGO. But my favorite types of LEGO builds are the ones that don’t take up too much space. The constructions that I can admire on a daily basis while walking around my apartment. Like intricate puzzles, LEGO art is perfect for framing. After all, who doesn’t love seeing their LEGO recreation of Andy Warhol’s pastel Marilyn Monroe print on the wall. Right next to their Beatles and Iron Man portraits, of course. Now we can add our favorite DC Comics characters to the portrait wall.
Jim Lee from LEGO Batman The collection pays homage to the beloved comic book writer, artist and creative director of DC Comics. To DC Comics fans and all comics delivered fan, Jim Lee is a legend. And this new LEGO set lets fans recreate some characters drawn by Jim Lee.
The Jim Lee Batman Collection is a 4,167-piece project that allows the designer to reproduce one of three portraits. Choose your poison: Batman, The Joker or Harley Quinn. And when you’re done, you’ll want to display it, so the set comes with a whole load of accessories to bring this art to life. In addition to over 4,000 pieces, the set includes nine canvas wall decor plaques, a signature tile, two hanging pieces, a color palette, a brick divider, and a brick frame.
All you have to do is hang it! The build is priced at $119.99, but considering some of the complex builds and their high prices, that’s not too bad at all. Plus, if you’re not looking to add another photo into the mix, you can even take it a step further. According to LEGO, combine various kits creates the “ultimate keepsake piece”. With two kits, the creator can create a Catwoman suit and Batman piece which is a long horizontal portrait. Or with three kits, create a giant vertical Batman masterpiece.
Even better, the set comes with a QR code. If you digitize it, you will get a perfect soundtrack to play while creating this DC Comics piece of art. The Jim Lee Batman Collection is now available for purchase. If it’s the LEGO Bat-Signal, I’m ready to answer the call.