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The Beatles get their own ‘Art Mosaic’ LEGO set

And there is a soundtrack with it to boot

Toy masters LEGO, have just unveiled a new set in their recent “LEGO Art” line, formally titled “Art Mosaic.” The line, which also includes sets devoted to Star Wars, Iron Man and Andy Warhol, will have a set devoted to The Beatles, set for release in September 2020. The set can already be pre-ordered through LEGO’s website.

LEGO also plans to release an accompanying music podcast that will, as the company says, present an “immersive soundtrack full of rare recordings, musings, and discussions about the songs, and insights from LEGO designers Kitt Kossman and Christopher Stamp.”

The press release continues by saying that, “[m]usic lovers can bring Beatle-fandom into the home with a Lego portrait of their favorite band members, whether it’s John Lennon, Sir Paul McCartney, George Harrison or Sir Ringo Starr.”

According to the Y94 site, the set can be used to create four unique portraits to display in different rooms. Or you can also get all four and wind up with something like the Let It Be album artwork.

The images for each 2933-piece set were created with small circular pieces, as opposed to the blocks, most commonly associated with Lego.

The release of the LEGO set will precede the pushed release date for The Beatles: Get Back documentary for almost a year. The new release date is now set for August 27, 2021.

As Universal’s udiscover site notes, “Lindsay-Hogg’s feature film offered an in-depth look at The Beatles’ sessions, it also revealed some of the tense moments in the studio.”

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