Mike Stimpson is a UK based photographer that recreates famous photographs using LEGO. This one is Lunch Atop a Skyscraper, from the 1932 photograph of the building of Rockefeller Center (see actual photo after the jump). Looks good. Reminds me of the Brick Testament, just much less biblical and more black and white-ical. Which, FYI, is far different than Neutical, which is a testicular implant for neutered dogs.
UPDATE: Turns out Neuticals are no longer just for dogs, but now come in equine/bull and feline models (click sizing chart and pricing guide to check them out).
Hit the jump for several more, along with links to the rest, his picture set-up gallery, and some cool Star Wars scenes.
Classics in LEGO
LEGO photos [notcot]
Photo Set-Up Gallery
Star Wars and other random LEGO scenes
I don't have much more info on these pictures except they were made by Picasa user magnus mouse using LEDs and lasers with a really long exposure. Just like they used to do in the olden days except with a flashlight or a sparkler. So yeah, a laser + long exposure = cool effec... / Continue →
This is the second installment of "video games in the real world" art here on Geekologie. The first was brought to us by Mike (aka Pixel Fantasy) on Flickr, but this set was done by DeviantArt user RETROnoob. These are noticeably more intricate than the first. There's a ton ... / Continue →
I'm sure this sort of thing has been done before (OLD!) but that doesn't make the feat any less impressive. Or fun to watch. Which is why I'm posting it. I DON'T NEED YOUR PERMISSION! Well, what do you say, can I? Haha, I meant touch your boobs!
At first I photographed ... / Continue →