Lego’s latest crossover collection is one that doesn’t rely on anything other than a hit sitcom the desk. If you are a fan of the show – I know there are a lot of you out there – You’ll want to bring out the magnifying glass because the set is full of callbacks to some of the most famous things from the desk.
The set design is a remarkably detailed replica that features some of the most viewed spaces within the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company’s offices, including the reception desk, Jim and Dwight’s desks, Michael Scott’s desk, and conference room.
But look a little closer – seriously, this is a 5K picture You can download Or click and zoom in on the image above – and you’ll continue to find the lovingly recreated detail in Lego shape. Michael Scott Cup “best boss in the world”? he’s there. Dwight’s stapler in Jello? yes. Is Stanley Snack on pretzel? It sure is. That painting over the chair in the foyer? It looks like a Lego version of Pam’s Watercolor Painting for Office. even kevin Spilling chili on the floor.
The 1,164-piece set – which measures over 3″ high, 12″ wide and 10″ deep – also features 15 mini-figures of some of the most iconic co-workers from the show. You can see the whole set in the photo below. (Although I wish Irene, who was a major character in later seasons, would have been included as well. Lego says Andy Unlisted Because he’s working on it further Management skills.)
Just feast your eyes on these set pictures of Lego. The level of detail is delightful. There will also be additional stickers and accessories included. “We didn’t want to fall back on references,” Lego’s Chris Perron said in a statement.
The group became a reality after that Get 10,000 votes Through Lego Ideas. The original applicant, Jijay Lewis, has been working on the project since 2014. It will be available for pre-order on Friday exclusively On Walmart in the United States, Canada and in L Wego internationally prior to its October 1st release. (You’ll also be able to buy it in store at Walmart when it’s officially on sale.) It’s not cheap at $119.99, but for Desk Awesome, it might all be worth it Schrute Buck.
Update July 15, 12:47 PM ET: Added reason not to include Andy.
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