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Mega gallery: 07' LEGO video game art


11:53 AM on 02.16.2007
Mega gallery: 07' LEGO video game art photo



Admittedly, I've spent way too much time browsing The Brothers Brick this morning. Amidst gawking at mechs and other things I've never been creative enough to erect (insert penis jokes here) I've rounded up a megaton of fresh new LEGO sculptures based on video games. Among them you'll find Metroid (pictured above) the usual Mario sprites, an upright 3D Sonic, various chocobos (including a barbecued one!), the ship from Fantasy Zone, an impressive chain-comp montage, and last but not least a life-sized replica of a PlayStation 2. People with this much talent depress me. Don't miss the Bowser one!

 

Mega gallery: 07' LEGO video game art photo
Mega gallery: 07' LEGO video game art photo
Mega gallery: 07' LEGO video game art photo
Mega gallery: 07' LEGO video game art photo
Mega gallery: 07' LEGO video game art photo
Mega gallery: 07' LEGO video game art photo
Mega gallery: 07' LEGO video game art photo
Mega gallery: 07' LEGO video game art photo
Mega gallery: 07' LEGO video game art photo
Mega gallery: 07' LEGO video game art photo
Mega gallery: 07' LEGO video game art photo
Mega gallery: 07' LEGO video game art photo
Mega gallery: 07' LEGO video game art photo
Mega gallery: 07' LEGO video game art photo
Mega gallery: 07' LEGO video game art photo
Mega gallery: 07' LEGO video game art photo
Mega gallery: 07' LEGO video game art photo
Mega gallery: 07' LEGO video game art photo
Mega gallery: 07' LEGO video game art photo
Mega gallery: 07' LEGO video game art photo
Mega gallery: 07' LEGO video game art photo





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