Cool Stuff: 'Harry Potter' Hogwarts House Crests Are The Next LEGO Art Sets

Over the summer, new LEGO Art sets were revealed that allow fans to build pop culture portraits of characters like Iron Man and Darth Vader. Now the next wave of LEGO Art building sets has been revealed, and it's inspired by the wizarding world of Harry Potter.

Coming in January, there will be Harry Potter LEGO Art sets that will let fans build tile mosaics of all for of the houses in Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, and Slytherin can all be built from a single Harry Potter LEGO Art set. However, if you buy four of them, you'll be able to make one mega LEGO Art set of the entire Hogwarts school crest.

LEGO Harry Potter Art Sets

Harry Potter LEGO Art

Comprised of 4,249 pieces, the Harry Potter LEGO Art sets include enough pieces to build each house crest for Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, and Slytherin. But if you want to have all four of them displayed on the wall (as seen above), you'll need to buy four of the individual sets.

That might seem like you're giving yourself a lot of extra pieces, but if you buy all four sets, then you can combine them to make one large Hogwarts school crest. Of course, that's going to cost you more than a few Galleons, because each Harry Potter LEGO Art set costs $119.99. So if you want to build all four crests or the big Hogwarts crest, then you'll have to spend roughly $480.00. And at that point, you might as well commission an artist to paint you a bigger, unique Hogwarts crest.

Harry Potter LEGO Art

But if you get stress relief from building these kind of LEGO sets, then you can listen to an included soundtrack that not only plays music while you build, but also provides information about each of the Hogwarts houses and the world of Harry Potter. We doubt it's anything that a hardcore Harry Potter fan spending $120 on a LEGO set wouldn't already know, but that's for them to figure out.

You can order the Harry Potter LEGO Art sets from The LEGO Shop starting on January 1, 2021.