The LEGO Art World Map (31203) is now available and this morning, LEGO has also dropped the designer video for the set. Design Manager Fiorella Groves gives some insight on creating the set with the most pieces ever.
Fiorella also gives a hint of an Easter egg that she has thrown in the set. She is originally from Hong Kong and the Chinese culture means a lot to her so she has hidden something in the ocean to represent that.
For those who don’t want to look for it, it is in the Pacific Ocean and if you look closely, you can see the Chinese character 李 which means Lee. We can confirm on Fiorella’s Twitter is it is part of her name and that’s pretty awesome.
The LEGO Art World Map (31203) is now available on the LEGO Shop but here in the US, it is temporarily out of stock. You can read our early review of the set here.
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