LEGO expands on its LEGO Art series with Disney’s Mickey and Minnie Mouse 2D wall art sets

The Danish construction toy maker is expanding its LEGO Art series once more with the addition of the new LEGO Art Disney’s Mickey Mouse set, allowing older builders to celebrate the iconic Walt Disney character – alongside Minnie Mouse – in 2D mosaic wall art form.

LEGO Art has been championed for allowing adult LEGO fans the chance to undertake a creative experience to help them relax, as they transform a blank canvas – or small interlinking base plates – into a piece of Mickey or Minnie wall art using LEGO tiles.

The new 2,658-piece set can be reconfigured to display the other half of the couple, or two different sets can be combined to create a united Mickey and Minnie wall decoration.

The set also comes with an immersive soundtrack to accompany the build that includes stories of those close to the cartoon couple, including David Pacheco, creative director and character artist at Disney, Jeff Shelly, character artist at Disney, Brian Blackmore, principal character artist at Disney, Ron Cohee, senior character artist at Disney, and Fiorella Groves, LEGO designer.

A Disney signature tile adds the final touch to the impressive 15.5” (40cm) square tile mosaic before it is proudly hung on the wall.

The new LEGO Art Disney’s Mickey Mouse set for builders aged 18 and over will be available from 1st January 2021 from LEGO.com, LEGO Stores and other retailers globally priced from $119.99/€119.99.

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