Paddington Bear is a fictional character in children’s literature. He first appeared on 13 October 1958 in the children’s book A Bear Called Paddington and has been featured in more than twenty books written by British author Michael Bond, and illustrated by Peggy Fortnum and other artists.
The friendly spectacled bear from “darkest Peru” – with his old hat, battered suitcase, duffel coat and love of marmalade – has become a classic character in British children’s literature. An anthropomorphised bear, Paddington is always polite – addressing people as “Mr”, “Mrs” and “Miss” but rarely by first names – and kindhearted, though he inflicts hard stares on those who incur his disapproval. He has an endless capacity for innocently getting into trouble, but he is known to “try so hard to get things right”. He was discovered in London Paddington station by the (human) Brown family who adopted him and gives his full name as “Paddington Brown,” as his original name in bear language was too hard for them to pronounce.
I would like to present him in the form of Lego Mosaic art, as he was a guest to have tea time with Queen Elizabeth II in her Premium Jubilee 2022. I hope you like my design! 😊
Remarks： This Lego Mosaic Pictures can be built by the Lego official set, Lego Art: Elvis Presley “The King” (Lego 31204).