Check out some of history's famous and infamous photos, remade with your favorite childhood toys. We guarantee all sorts of reactions, including: WTF, why does a lego make me feel this way?
Lunch Atop A Skyscraper
This legendary photo was famous for having allegedly been a candid picture. Unfortunately the real one was every bit as staged as the Lego copy.
This recreation of the famous 1976 upskirt has an entirely different appeal when yellow and blocky.
VJ Day In Times Square
Every bit as romantic in little brick form, right?
John Lennon And Yoko Ono’s Bed In
Blocky skyscrapers, glistening mini-sheets and surprisingly well-done-for lego Lennon facial hair help turn this famous Amsterdam photo starring the late Beatle and his wife into a weird as heck nostalgia trip.
This infamous 1974 photo infamously inspired many to streak football fields across the globe. Down to the hat covering his junk, the lego version makes us wonder what's below the hat.
Winston Churchill Portrait
Little known fact: Churchill is actually scowling in this portrait because he just lost a cigar! Cheer up, Winston!
This controversial photo shoot by Vanity Fair in some ways was a sign of what was to come with Miley's openness and image in pop culture. The Lego version still puts across that awkward kid versus adult moment.
Chewbacca makes a convincing, clear cut display in this recreation of the original Bigfoot still from 1967 footage taken by Roger Patterson and Robert Gimlin. CHEWBACCA IS REAL.
Conrad Schumann Defects
This photo of a 19-year-old guard defecting from East Germany to West Germany during the third day of the Berlin Wall's construction serves as a lasting reminder of the wall's divisiveness.
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Maradona’s “Hand Of God”
The first of two vital goals scored by the legendary Diego Maradona in the 1986 World Cup quarterfinals, this controversial goal was a moment to remember!
Prince Charles and Lady Diana look as cute as the day they were married back in 1981!
This photo, of Vietnamese general Nguy?n Ng?c Loan holding a gun to the head of opposition leader Nguy?n V?n Lém, was a galvanizing force for the anti-Vietnam War movement. Loses a bit of its meaning when everyone is smiling though, no?
Taken during the Chinese military's efforts at suppressing the 1989 Tianamen Square Protests, Tank Man looks a bit less serious as a Lego pic!
Raising The Flag On Iwo Jima
This Pulitzer-winning photo has become one of the most iconic images of World War II!
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This photo, of Buzz Aldrin, the second person to walk on the moon, was taken by Neil Armstrong, the first person to walk on the moon. Talk about history!
Capturing one of Shakespeare's famous moments from Hamlet, Ophelia has somewhat of a different impact in the lego version.
Surprisingly, the original photo of this cowboy, taken in 1989, was sold for $1.2 million in 2005! No wonder the lego version exists, then, because its a pretty spot on recreation. Hopefully its worth something.
The Four-Minute Mile
This photo captures the finish-line of Roger Bannister's famous run, the first sub-four minute mile in recorded history!
Blocky lego muscles are way better than weird, amorphous man muscles.
Michael Jackson’s Thriller
1982 was basically the year Jackson turned the music video into a world-wide phenomenon with thriller. The lego version is an awesome reminder of the thrill of the moment.
Even legos can walk on air!
This wild photo must have been as hard to make with lego as it was originally when Salvador Dali and Philippe Halsman did in 1948.
Woman And The Snake
The revealing and sexual nature of the photo becomes — obviously different with legos. Ew.