Superman Lego Mosaic

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    Superman Lego Mosaic by Brickwares, based on Jim Lee artwork.

    Lazer Blade, Lino M, GreenMoogle, and 47 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Lino M 35 months ago | reply

      100% Brilliant!

    2. GreenMoogle 35 months ago | reply

      Wow This is great!

    3. .Tromas 35 months ago | reply

      I saw this in my contact feed this morning but didn't click it because I seriously didn't think it was LEGO....boy was I wrong. This is so stellar!


    4. TK-5487 35 months ago | reply

      there aren't enough favorite buttons to express how much this amazes me

    5. Julia Minamata 35 months ago | reply

      Great work ! I saw this at the Calgary Comic Expo and of course couldn't resist snapping a pic of my own :).

    6. Crimson Wolf 35 months ago | reply

      Did anyone else think "Terminator Superman" or is it just me?

    7. nate_decastro 35 months ago | reply

      Best mosaic ever. This is really something else!

    8. <Antimatter> 35 months ago | reply

      This is definitely amazing, but for me the superman logo seems out of perspective if we're looking down on him with this shading. Other than that, spot on.

    9. Outer Rim Emperor 35 months ago | reply

      Wow. Incredible! Probably the best picture of I've ever seen of Superman!

    10. Tagl 35 months ago | reply


    11. Cobra comanda' 35 months ago | reply

      Gotta love Jim lee and Legos

    12. BrickJunky 35 months ago | reply


    13. Super Robot Wars 35 months ago | reply

      Dude this is awesome! How long did it take?

    14. antd00d2 34 months ago | reply

      He looks like a terminator. :)

    15. ribbonista 33 months ago | reply

      My name is Jeremy Younger and I am a co-host of the LAMLRadio Podcast, I would like to inform you that we have mention you in our podcast and you can check it out at the website or in iTunes
      Play well

    16. BrickWares 33 months ago | reply

      Thanks Jeremy! Much appreciated. I'm a fan of the podcast!

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