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LEGO Art Mosaics Alternate Building Instructions

The LEGO Art collection was introduced back in 2020 with four sets; the #31197 LEGO Art Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Monroe mosaic, the #31198 LEGO Art The Beatles mosaic, the #31199 LEGO Art Marvel Studios Iron Man mosaic, and the #31200 LEGO Art Star Wars The Sith mosaic. In 2021, an additional four sets were added to the collection; the #21226 LEGO Art Project – Create Together kit, the #31201 LEGO Art Harry Potter Hogwarts Crests mosaic, the #31202 LEGO Art Disney’s Mickey Mouse mosaic, and the #31203 LEGO Art World Map.

One awesome feature of these sets is that they all come with alternate builds, so you can choose from several different designs. Some of these alternates can be found in the instruction books, and others are available online. Recently, LEGO added several alternate instructions for some of the most recently released sets.

The #31202 LEGO Art Disney’s Mickey Mouse mosaic gets a couple of additional options for building Mickey or Minnie. The #31201 LEGO Art Harry Potter Hogwarts Crests mosaic can be rebuilt into a Golden Snitch mosaic, a Platform 93/4 sign, or a mosaic of Hedwig. Finally, the #31203 LEGO Art World Map can be rebuilt into a close-up map of Europe, or a map of Denmark, the home of the LEGO Group.

All of these alternate instructions can be downloaded at the LEGO VIP Rewards Center. There are no points to redeem, so you can download them completely free. Once you click the redeem button at the LEGO VIP Rewards Center, you will get a download button to get the PDF version of the instructions.

The LEGO Art sets are a fantastic way to spend some quiet time and assemble nice-looking decor. If you want to take a look at the currently available selection, visit the LEGO Art section of the Online LEGO Shop.

What do you think? Do you have any of the LEGO Art sets? Which one is your favorite so far? And what other sets would you like to see in the collection? Feel free to share your thoughts and discuss in the comment section below!

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  • Håkan January 25, 2022, 1:18 PM

    Not sure on why you’d have to be a VIP member for these instructions, but I guess it’s an incitement for joining the program..

    Anyway, I’ve never been interested in the Mosaics’ Building-By-Numbers approach, but to each one’s own…

  • Ian January 25, 2022, 9:03 PM

    Oh, cool! They should do maps for other countries too.

  • j.j. January 25, 2022, 9:31 PM

    I would love them to make mosaics with transparent pieces. And also mosaics with some 3D aspects. I have seen some at brickworld, and they were amazing.

  • Pepper January 26, 2022, 9:03 AM

    I think there are a couple of other sets coming this year. One is a Batman mosaic, and the other I don’t know. 👍

    • Håkan January 26, 2022, 9:33 AM

      I’ve seen an Elvis Presley mosaic being rumored…

  • Grim January 26, 2022, 4:19 PM

    Trying to find software that converts an image to a DOT build is difficult at best. I have 2D hard line image I want to do a mosaic of but they all try and incorporate shading, or the left and right side isn’t even. It is a symmetrical drawing and nobody makes a program that converts images to a dot pattern matched to Lego’s base plates. I don’t want mosaics of branded pictures. I don’t want Disney, Beatles, StarWars, or any branded pictures.

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