The “LEGO Colours Poster” presents a reference list of all the LEGO colours that were in use in 2022 while looking absolutely stunning.
- UK spelling in the headers and text
- Bricklink item numbers in the headers
- Semi-glossy paper for vibrant colours (200 gsm / 80 lb)
- Printed on demand in one of the 32 fulfilment countries worldwide
- Frame not included; colours may vary
Each poster size has a slightly different layout, but they are all equally informative and gorgeous!
Small 20x25 cm / 8x10″
- Handy as a reference sheet on the table while building
- Very small text size
Medium 30x45 cm / 12x18″
- Big enough to put on a wall, small enough to keep on the table
- Small text size
Large 50x70 cm / 20x28″
- LEGO parts are depicted in real life size (1:1)
- looks great from a distance and up close
The Bricklink colour names and numbers I’ve taken directly from bricklink.com. For the LEGO colour 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 colours, extremely long names for others, and I had only so much space for each colour 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.