From flamingo pink to chrome red, plenty of different Lego colours have emerged over the years. While we've already seen how the Lego pallete has changed (opens in new tab) and some brilliant examples of Lego art (opens in new tab), this comprehensive chart by Lego fan Jeremy Moody (opens in new tab) finally showcases every shade in one place.
Made up of 182 different bricks, one for each colour, it took Moody a year to complete the colourful collection. Thanks to the inclusion of rare pieces the average fan won't be able to track down, his chart is sure to be an invaluable research hub for Lego enthusiasts.
With plans in place to extend the chart when new colours are released, it'll be worth bookmarking this Lego periodic table for future reference. Feast your eyes on Moody's chart below...
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