Magnificent LEGO Movie Stills by Alex Eylar

Alex Eylar is an advanced LEGO scene creator from California, USA.

Alex is in his young twenties and has become very well known for his brilliant movie scenes that he creates out of LEGO pieces; his work has even been featured on the CNN and The Telegraph websites.

He says his love for both LEGO and movies come from his childhood, and is surprised that his scene recreations have gone down so well with the public.

He assumes that this is because most people are familiar with a lot of the films he depicts in his work.

Great photography and editing skills play a large part in these fantastic creations, allowing Alex to create a great depth of field and make his work more realistic.

You can view more of Alex’s LEGO experiments at his MOCpages profile, or on his Flickrstream, where he posts all of his projects, small and big.

Inception


Inception


Inception


Inception


Sucker Punch


The American


The Godfather


The Godfather


Blue Valentine


Raging Bull


The Addams Family


Die Hard


The Invisible Man


Indina Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark


The Exorcist


A Clockwork Orange


The Good, The Bad and The Ugly


Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid


2001: A Space Odyssey


American Beauty


Inglorious Basterds


Harry Potter


Harry Potter


The Silence of the Lambs


Modern Times


Star Wars


The Shining


James Bond (007)


Reservoir Dogs


Pulp Fiction


Psycho


Tron: Legacy


This post was put together exclusively for WDD by Callum Chapman, the man behind Picmix Store and Circlebox Blog.

What do you think of these movie stills? Share your comments below!

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  • http://www.mattboldt.com Matt Boldt

    This is brilliant. I can’t imagine what it felt like playing with lego’s again, with such precision at that.

  • Colin

    lego > *

    absolute brilliance.

  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/acendales/ Alexander

    Muy buen trabajo!, comparto una fotografía mía:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/acendales/5327108818/

  • TrafficColeman

    I can’t believe you can make a movie out of still figures..what is the world coming to..this recession is something..

    “Black Seo Guy “Signing Off”

  • http://pasu-pasu.com/tilticon/ Pascal

    Wow, so many brilliant ones. I wish I could do this, but the only LEGO I have is in bright colours and the only faces I have for the guys are the original “:)” ones.

  • http://www.itssobig.com/ Tim

    Hilarious and an incredible effort!

  • Teddy Maloscia

    ***** awesome! I love it!
    Great work ^^

  • http://www.tristarwebdesign.co.uk/ Tristar Web Design

    This is fantastic and definitely put a smile on my face this morning! Alex Eylar is brilliant to be able to create the scenes so well with such simple Lego people. ‘American Beauty’ and ‘The Shining’ are my favourites but the three from ‘Incepetion’ are excellent too!

  • http://m_mariana14@hotmail.com Mariana

    AWESOME!

  • http://www.tristarwebdesign.co.uk/ Tristar Web Design

    This is fantastic and definitely put a smile on my face this morning! Alex Eylar is brilliant to be able to create the scenes so well with such simple Lego people. ‘American Beauty’ and ‘The Shining’ are my favourites but the three from ‘Inception’ are excellent too! Keep posting more like this.

  • http://ibrennan.co.uk Ian

    I love LEGO, might be time to open up the tub and start building again :)

  • http://daillly.com Marcin

    Nice work. It’s much more cinematic that I could expect.

  • http://www.russellgillman.co.uk Freelance Web Designer London

    Very cool. Surely it’s only a matter of time before someone creates a bid budget, feature length movie with actual plastic Lego models. Now there’s a challenge :-)

  • http://WebtacularCMS.com Will

    Awesome Post. Makes me want to dig out my old legos from when I was a kid. The Pulp Fiction was my favorite.

  • http://www.islandsam.net Alex Orama

    Love your work!

  • http://www.bradmclachlan.com.au Brad Mclachlan

    Awesome, entertaining stuff. oh the fun you’d have in that photo shoot.

  • http://mikaoelitiana.in Mika Andrianarijaona

    So funny and so original!!Congrats guys!!

  • dts

    Man, what’s so great about these are the little things. You can tell a lot of work went on off screen to get the perspective, focus depth, etc. just right, and ESPECIALLY the *lighting*. The color tones and set up of the lighting is what really makes it identical to the shots.

  • http://www.jiggycreationz.co.uk Jiggz

    This brings my three loves magically together!!! Lego, Photography and Film!!! Awsome!!