Famous Pictures recreated with LEGOS

Recreation of Henri Cartier-Bresson”s 1932 photograph “Behind the Gare Saint Lazare” in Lego – (Original Here)

A lego reconstruction of Robert Capa”s 1936 picture “Death of a Loyalist Soldier” – (Original Here)

A lego reconstruction of the famous 1932 photograph “Lunch atop a skyscraper” taken by Charles Ebbets. – (Original Here)

A Lego Starwars themed take on Marc Riboud”s famous 1967 photograph taken at an anti-Vietnam casino online protest in Washington. (Original Here)

A Lego recreation of Joe Rosenthal”s 1945 photograph “Raising the flag on Iwo Jima”. One of the most published photographs in history. (Original Here)

A Lego version of Norman Potter’s 1954 photograph of Roger Bannister breaking the four-minute mile, completing the distance in 3 min 59.4 sec at Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, May 6, 1954. (Original Here)

A Lego recreation of Jeff Widener”s 1989 photograph of “The unknown rebel”. (Original Here)

A Lego recreation of Alberto Korda”s 1960 portrait of Che Guevara. (Original Here)

A Lego recreation of John Lennon and Yoko Ono”s 1969 “Bed-In” in Amsterdam. (Original Here)

These amazing lego recreations are work of Mike Stimpson. Creating lego recreations is his hobby and a pretty nifty one we have to admit. Most of the recreations features the source material from the 1920s through 1960. The tone of the pictures sets perfect balance and perhaps the reason why they look so familiar. Click the “Original image” link to see the recreations side by side with original photos taken.