Let's face it, rap and LEGO go together like heavy metal and Lincoln Logs: they were freaking made for each other. So it comes as no surprise that somebody went and remade a bunch of album covers with LEGO minifigs. Am I right? Am I wrong? Am I drunk on a Sunday night? The answer to these questions and more after I puke in the hallway!
UPDATE: Probably not, probably, yes, reddish-orange, eleven.
Hit the jump for several more of my favorites, and a link to the gallery with even more.
20 Classic Hip Hop Album Covers Recreated in LEGO [formatmag]
Thanks to Fally, who's producing my new single, "Geekologie that Ass".
Of me. Not of him, weirdo. Fine, one of him too. But if you think I'm not gonna put his legs where his arms should go then TOO BAD.
Artist Wayne Chisnall went and made a full-scale plastic model of himself, still on the little plastic danglers (SPRUE) and everything. I'm n... / Continue →
In the same vein as the famous photo reproductions (and classic video games), this is a little gallery of movie posters made using LEGO blocks. I posted some of my favorites after the jump, but there are 21 in total (some of which were made by Flickr user Craig Lyons)so hit th... / Continue →
'Ghost in the Machine' is a series of artwork by Flickr user iri5 that uses old cassette tapes (or film) to create the likenesses of famous musicians/actors. Pretty clever. Not as clever as jumping off the top of the apartment building with a parachute fashioned from a 13-ga... / Continue →