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No Jethro Tull?: Twenty Iconic Bands As LEGO Minifigs
This is a series of twenty popular bands imagined as LEGO minifigs by Adly Syairi Ramly. He says all the photos were taken with an iPhone 5 and there was no Photoshopping of the figures. Not that I was going to accuse him of that. But there's always someone out there in a dark recess of the internet just waiting to pounce and claim something is fake and lame. And, ten times out of ten, that person is a giant asshole in real life too. Keep going for 19 more.