LEGO Announces Vincent van Gogh – The Starry Night Set in Collaboration with the MoMA – Design You Trust

LEGO Announces Vincent van Gogh – The Starry Night Set in Collaboration with the MoMA


In yet another development that Vincent van Gogh couldn’t have possibly imagined during his lifetime (without the assistance of the Doctor that is), LEGO has partnered with The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) on a 2316-piece LEGO set thats based on his iconic 1889 painting The Starry Night.

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With immersive van Gogh exhibits sweeping the nation right now, the timing of this LEGO set couldn’t be better, and your second chance to own it is happening right now. The van Gogh Lego set was first available to VIPs on the 25th, and that batch sold out quickly. However, the set went live for everyone this morning, and you can reserve yours right here at the LEGO Shop for $169.99 while they last.


The LEGO Ideas 21333 The Starry Night Set features the brick built painting in 3D form complete with twinkling stars, bright moon, and the Saint-Rémy village landscape. It also includes a van Gogh minifigure painting the scene with a paint brush, palette, easel and mini painting on a printed tile that can be attached to The Starry Night if desired. You can even hang the set on the wall as a work of art in its own right. You can take a closer look at the Vincent Van Gogh Starry Night LEGO Ideas set in the gallery below.


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