• Design Free Thursday | Famous Photos Recreated With Lego.


    Posted on 8th March, by Dana Tomić Hughes in random fun. 5 Comments

     

    I am often amazed at all the crazy things people manage to think of, just like this weird and wonderful series of recreated iconic images. I am not exactly sure who was responsible for this work, but I am just going to assume that this was part of a brilliant marketing strategy for Lego.

    **Update – these photos where taken by british photographer Mike Stimpson. See more of Mike’s work here.


    [via thaeger. Photos © Mike Stimpson.]





  • 5 Responses to “Design Free Thursday | Famous Photos Recreated With Lego.”

    1. gavin says:

      Ah, Lego! So much fun! Until you stand on one in bare feet!!!

    2. Mette J says:

      Mike Stimpson, british photographer is responsible, not LEGO! He is very talented.

    3. eric says:

      two of my loves, legos and photography, coming together so wonderfully! much better than the time i tried to combine eames chairs and bacon.

      thanks for posting.



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