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Lego 'Starry Night': 2,316 Bricks to Build Your Own Van Gogh

The set lets you create a three-dimensional version of Vincent Van Gogh's famous painting.

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lego starry night hangs on the wall above a desk

Make your own piece of art to hang on the wall. 


Lego's newest set doesn't pull from pop culture but instead from one of the most influential artists ever. Vincent van Gogh's The Starry Night is the upcoming 2,316-piece set for art and building block lovers. 

The Starry Night set from Lego is a three-dimensional version of the famous painting and was done in conjunction with the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Its design comes from Truman Cheng, a 25-year-old doctoral student based in Hong Kong who submitted it through the Lego Ideas platform. 

Along with the reproduction of the painting, which features a view of Saint-Rémy, France, there's a minifigure of van Gogh himself. 

a minifigure of vincent van gogh in front of the lego starry night set

The Lego set is scheduled to come out May 25 for Lego VIP members and MoMA members for $170. It's set to receive a wide release on Lego's website on June 1. Lego also has a competition for fans to make their own Starry Night, which could be used to inspire an installation at the MoMA.