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LEGO Photographs by Chris McVeigh

Published Sep 16, 2011

Chris McVeigh is an author, illustrator and photographer who describes himself as a “professional geek”. He creates these clever and quirky pictures using LEGO and action figures.

“Chris has recently found a niche composing unique editorial photos for Gizmodo.com. Editors propose an idea and he works to realize their vision in LEGO.”

via AA13 Chris McVeigh’s website

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