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.]

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5 Responses

  1. Mette J

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

    Reply
  2. eric

    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.

    Reply

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