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Most Popular Photos, Recreated In Lego

Photographer Mike Stimpson is recreating some of the most popular classic photos using Lego setups.
Every single photo has a great story behind.


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 A Lego recreation of Steve McCurry's 1985 National Geographic cover photograph of Sharbat Gula (previously known simply as "Afghan Girl" before her formal identification in 2002).

Burning Monk - The Self-Immolation [1963]

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Original: Malcolm Browne, Monk on fire

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Original by: Capa, Death of a Loyalist Soldier
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Original photograph: Behind the Gare Saint Lazare by Henri Cartier-Bresson


A lego reconstruction of the famous photograph “Lunch Atop a Skyscraper” taken by Charles Ebbets


 A Lego recreation of Jeff Widener’s 1989 photograph of “The unknown rebel”.


“V.J. Day Times Square”.of Alfred Eisenstaedt’s – 1945

 
A Lego recreation of Eddie Adams famous Vietnam war photograph from 1968


Lego recreation of Diego Maradona’s ‘Hand of God’ goal during the quarter finals of the 1986 World cup between England and Argentina.


One of the most published photographs in history. Joe Rosenthal’s 1945 photograph “Raising the flag on Iwo Jima”.

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