Find your rhythm with the LEGO Group’s two new Parisian-inspired icons

The LEGO Group has revealed two new products to help builders bring the magic of Paris closer to home. Fans can start building their own art collection with the LEGO® Art Mona Lisa or choose to be captivated by the majestic LEGO® Architecture Notre-Dame de Paris set.

These two global icons of Paris have been unveiled to celebrate the rich heritage and history of the French capital, which has an exciting and busy year ahead and will be available for pre-order on May 7.

Inspired by the most recognizable painting in the world, the LEGO Art Mona Lisa invites art and LEGO lovers to recreate Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece in 3D. This bold and unique interpretation features 1,503 LEGO elements and new color hues to faithfully reflect the colors used by Leonardo da Vinci over 500 years ago, before paint changed over time.

Plus, the new LEGO masterpiece has been designed with a removable gold drum lacquered frame so it can be hung on the wall and displayed with other LEGO Art sets.

Milan Madge, Designer at the LEGO group, said: “It has been such a pleasure to help bring such a special work of art history to life in LEGO form. The Mona Lisa is obviously world famous, but our familiarity with her can mask what a revolutionary work of art this painting is. The culmination of Da Vinci’s lifelong study of science and nature, the Mona Lisa is full of stories and details that we really enjoyed researching and implementing. We’re excited for LEGO fans and art lovers to further explore this enigmatic work of art and have the opportunity to hang a piece of LEGO history on their walls.

Art and LEGO fans can find their groove building on the LEGO Art Podcast, which will accompany the set when it launches on October 1. Filled with fascinating content on the timeless appeal of the Mona Lisa, this episode is hosted by Jack Gardner Vaa, who has invited three special guests: Dr Francesca Borgo (Professor of Art History at the University of St Andrews), Jennifer Dasal (host of the ArtCurious Podcast) and Milan Madge (designer of the LEGO Art Mona Lisa).

Available June 1, LEGO Architecture Notre-Dame de Paris makes the perfect new addition to any fan of travel, history and classic architecture’s home. The construction experience and instruction booklet take the builder on a journey through the architectural evolution of this iconic Parisian landmark, from 1163, when the first stone was laid, to the architect’s redesign work Viollet-le-Duc in the 19th century up to Notre-Dame. majestic appearance before the 2019 fire.

The ability to remove the roof also allows admirers to peek inside the legendary building and admire details such as rose windows, interior columns, Gothic arches, two towers and much more .

Speaking of the process behind the new set, Rok Zgalin Kobe, Designer at the LEGO group, said: “In designing the LEGO® Notre-Dame de Paris architecture, we tried to bring it to life by capturing not only its external appearance, but also the manner and stages of construction of the original. We wanted LEGO fans to trace the architectural journey and evolution of this landmark over the course of its construction, to encourage a deeper appreciation of its real-life counterpart.

The LEGO Art Mona Lisa and the LEGO Architecture Notre-Dame de Paris are both available for pre-order from May 7, via the LEGO Stores and


product details

The LEGO® artistic Mona Lisa

  • Age: 18+
  • Recommended price: €99.99 / $99.99 / £89.99
  • Pieces: 1,503
  • Product number: 31213
  • Dimensions: measures over 17″ (43cm) high and 11.5″ (30cm) wide
    and 1.5 in (4 cm) deep
  • Available: October 1, 2024
  • Link:

LEGO® Architecture Notre-Dame de Paris

  • Age: 18+
  • RRP: €229.99/$229.99/£199.99 GBP
  • Pieces: 4,383
  • Product number: 21061
  • Dimensions: Measures over 13″ (33cm) high, 8.5″ (22cm) wide and 16″ (41cm) deep
  • Available: June 1, 2024
  • Link:

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