LEGO makes a splash by marketing the painting The Great Wave off Kanagawa by Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai

Through several branches and collaborations, LEGO has been striving for several years now to diversify its different creations in order to always satisfy its customers. “Simple” creations inspired by the world of Star Wars or Lord of the Rings passing through the reproductions of some of the most beautiful monuments in the world such as the Eiffel Tower or the Colosseum in Rome, the creations of the Danish brand can now fully dress interiors to the delight of young and old alike. It is therefore in this vision that the year 2023 begins with the marketing of the reinterpretation of Hokusai’s most famous work: The Great Wave off Kanagawa.


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After the set reinterpreting Vincent van Gogh’s masterpiece The starry Nightit is now in Japan that LEGO finds its inspiration. Suitable for those over 18, the set offers the print of the Japanese painter through no less than 1810 pieces that offer a unique 3D effect in a beige frame that can also be built. Able to be accompanied by a playlist lasting a total of 125 minutes, the construction becomes a real moment of learning and relaxation with the various interviews and anecdotes about the artist Katsushika Hokusai and the most famous of his works.