Classic Photographs Remade Lego Style

Take some of the most impor­tant pho­tographs of the 20th cen­tu­ry, then remake them with Legos, and here’s what you get. You get Robert Capa’s 1944 pho­to­graph of the D‑Day inva­sion, look­ing some­thing like this: (see below). The famous Lunch Atop a Sky­scraper pho­to sud­den­ly looks like this. The image of Roger Ban­nis­ter break­ing the four-minute mile becomes that. And Buzz Aldrin walk­ing on the Moon takes on this look. The full col­lec­tion is here. Thanks to Chop­per Bob for the laugh on this one.

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