Magnificent LEGO Movie Stills by Alex Eylar

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March 29, 2011

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.





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


Tron: Legacy

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

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