At the recent BrickFair, Alabama LEGO convention and expo, LEGO customizer EclipseGRAFX unveiled some new custom printed LEGO pieces that are now also available at their online shop. And, they restocked some old favorites as well. So, I thought this was a good time to write up a little update on what they have. As I mentioned previously, (see links at the end of this post), EclipseGRAFX is one of my favorite LEGO customizers, so I’m always happy to review and talk about their products. 🙂
First, let’s take a look at these awesome calendar pages, custom printed on 2×4 tiles using high-quality UV digital printing. The artwork on the calendar was done by Kevin Hinkle, former LEGO Community Manager for the US (yes, Kevin is a great artist too!). Note that this printed tile set is an actual 2018 calendar, with the correct days of the week for each month. Perfect for your minifigs to plan out the year!
EclipseGRAFX makes some really beautiful movie posters on standard LEGO 4×6 windowpanes that I reviewed previously (see: LEGO Movie Posters & Stained Glass Windows). Now, EclipseGRAFX offers the same designs printed on 2×4 tiles as well. They work great as smaller decorations in your minifigs’ environment. Posters include The LEGO Movie, The LEGO Batman Movie, The LEGO Ninjago Movie, Terminator 2, Silence of the Lambs, Rambo 2, Back to the Future, Harry Potter, Guardians of the Galaxy, and more.
Speaking of the larger movie posters, they are also back in stock and are available in limited quantities. I highly recommend these as I mentioned in my previous review. They are perfect for changing out the movie posters in the #10232 LEGO Creator Palace Cinema, and of course, could be used for other purposes as well.
I like these custom LEGO candy bars too! They are printed on 1×2 tiles with some fun designs and names, referencing real candy bars. They are great items for LEGO city convenience stores and grocery stores.
In addition, EclipseGRAFX added a bunch of fun and whimsical minifig heads that were originally made for Valentine’s Day. The custom printed heads are available in both classic LEGO yellow, and light skin color. Also in reference to Valentine’s Day, EclipseGRAFX is offering a free 2×4 custom printed tile with a Valentine’s Day poster with purchases of $20 or more until the end of February.
There are many other custom printed items you can find at the EclipseGRAFX online shop. It’s worth browsing through their selection to find some unique and interesting minifigs, minifig parts, and accessories. I always find good use for them around my LEGO city, as they blend in with LEGO’s own style and decorations perfectly. And EclipseGRAFX also takes custom orders if you have something specific in mind.
If you visit any of the large LEGO conventions around the US, you will likely find the EclipseGRAFX booth somewhere amongst the participating vendors. I very much recommend checking out their selection, as it is a real treat to see them in person, and purchasing them right on the spot is super convenient.
What do you think? How do you like these custom printed LEGO elements? Do you have any of them already? What other designs would you like to see them carry? Feel free to share your thoughts and own review in the comment section below! 😉
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