The “Digital LEGO Colors Poster” presents a reference list of all the LEGO colors that were in use in 2022 while looking absolutely stunning.
- US spelling in the headers and text
- Bricklink item numbers in the headers
- High resolution (300 dpi) digital product
- You can print it out for personal use
- Colors may vary
Poster Sizes: Letter and A4
The two poster sizes have a slightly different layout, but they are both equally informative and gorgeous!
When printed out, the font size is very small. In the digital version, you can zoom in as much as necessary for a pleasant reading experience.
The Bricklink color names and numbers I’ve taken directly from bricklink.com. For the LEGO color names and numbers no such official list exists, so I’ve heavily relied on Ryan Howerter’s “Color list” and a LEGO LugBulk spreadsheet. As there are multiple names for some colors, extremely long names for others, and I had only so much space for each color name (a 1x4 or a 1x6 tile), I had to prioritize. I picked the names that made most sense in regard to others, and I shortened Transparent to Transp. and Opalescence to Opal.