The AFOL Poster Subscription Service Releases New April Artwork

Interested in LEGO Art? The AFOL Poster Subscription Service from Bricks on the Dollar has begun its mission to bring you original LEGO Artwork every month with their latest release, Galaxy Squad by Joe Cerniglia.

Every month a new artist will create distinctly LEGO-themed art in their own style. 11”x17” posters are available from the AFOL Poster Service website. Posters are tube-shipped to their recipients. For only $10 per month you will get the newest poster tube-shipped to you on the 1st of each month. Subscribers also get a short bio about the artist and the artwork as well as an official LEGO Minifigure from the depicted theme! If you want to pick and choose, the posters will be individually available on the 15th of each month for $13 shipped.

Check out the posters which are available right now. A new poster will be available each month while supplies last. Upcoming themes include Monster Fighters and more. Pick your favorites or sign up for the subscription to never miss a poster!

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  • Bricks, Studs, And More

    Never really was interested in these posters, but I am definitely going to grab this one! I like it’s retro-space movie feel, despite it being an era before my time. It really looks like a legit movie poster!

    • Bricks on the Dollar

      Thank you! The original draft did include cast names at the bottom like a movie poster.

  • Reaven Veaceslav

    I kinda wish the posters were much more clearly Lego, because people unfamiliar with Lego history will have no idea what this is supposed to be getting at.

    • Bricks on the Dollar

      Thank you for your feedback. Do you mean that the Minifigures should be drawn like Minifigures, to the same proportions, etc.? I’ll agree, most of these are not very accessible to the casual LEGO fan. I wanted to stay away from Photography as it is the go-to for LEGO art these days. If you could imagine an illustrated LEGO-themed poster that speaks to you, what would it be?

      • Reaven Veaceslav

        It’d be neat to see posters that were more like fake Lego movie posters. With the poster here, nothing in it is clearly Lego. There aren’t even any visible studs or normal figures. As a Lego inspired poster, it’s great, but I’d have to explain to my friends what it’s from.

        If you took this poster and made the people look like gritty Lego people, and obvious brick designs, it would be clearer. Even having the words look more brick-like might help.

  • Michael Warbington

    This poster is great! I would love to see posters from other Lego space themes that I could hang up alongside this one. Ice Planet 2000 please!

    • Bricks on the Dollar

      Thank you for your order, Michael. It shipped today. Most of the time it is the artist’s choice on theme/set, but I too would love to see an Ice Planet piece made.