I love novelty builds and I came to love the BrickHeadz as well. That’s exactly the reason why I wanted to build LEGO BrickHeadz Lady Liberty. One of the most iconic statues around the world molded into a tiny LEGO set. You can’t go wrong with that!
The Build & Features
Lady Liberty comes with four small bags without any numbers, a base plate, and an instruction manual. The unnumbered bags won’t cause you any real trouble as this set only has 153 pieces. Keep them apart and you should be fine. Unless you like that searching-through-the-pile challenge. Also then you will be good!
The first thing that popped into my mind when I looked at the bricks is that I love this green color. It matches the actual Statue of Liberty really well and has the look of oxidized bronze. On a side note, this is the same color green as the Boba Fett helmet. Just a fun fact!
Anyway, the build is pretty straight forward for a LEGO BrickHeadz but with a lot of details added to the side of the model resembling her robe.
The rest of the build to the head is not super interesting, but creating her crown more than makes up for that. The hair on the side is great and the crown is just awesome. There are some really interesting building techniques being used there and include a few of the more rare LEGO pieces.
LEGO Lady Liberty also has a cool little torch in her right hand and the well-known tablet in her left one.
LEGO BrickHeadz Lady Liberty is a great little display piece. Don’t expect the build to bo more interesting than for example The Mandalorian & The Child, but it does look equally cool in my opinion. Especially the robe and crown are very well done and the green color is awesome!
It’s also not even close to expensive and at the time of writing this still available on LEGO.com.
- It’s Lady Liberty!
- Green Color
- Robe and Crown
- Build isn’t super interesting
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