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Awesome! Classic Records Recreated with Legos (Photos)

David Bowie's Aladdin Sane in Lego Form

Is there nothing you can’t do with Legos? These simple plastic blocks have inspired not just little boys and girls to build structures of greatness, but they have also become the format in which grown-up artists use to create objects of awesomeness.

British graphic artist Aaron Savage utilized the Lego and a slew of Lego figures in a very original way. He recreated classic record covers using these popular plastic pieces, and the results are amusing, entertaining and yes, awesome.

Check out a handful of his Brick the LP project right here:nggallery id=’123902′

  • Blondie – Parallel Lines 1 of 9
    Blondie - Parallel Lines
    This is one of my favorites (in Lego form and in record form).
  • Pink Floyd – Dark Side Of The Moon 2 of 9
    Pink Floyd - Dark Side Of The Moon
    Simple, yet beautifully executed.
  • Kiss – Dynasty 3 of 9
    Kiss - Dynasty
    You can't go wrong with Kiss.
  • Michael Jackson – Thriller 4 of 9
    Michael Jackson - Thriller
    The King of Pop in Lego form.
  • The Bee Gees – Saturday Night Fever 5 of 9
    The Bee Gees - Saturday Night Fever
    This Lego figure hits the dance floor.
  • Queen – Queen II 6 of 9
    Queen - Queen II
    Like the Kiss one, it's simple yet awesome.
  • Madness — One Step Beyond 7 of 9
    Madness — One Step Beyond
    Lego men in motion.
  • Bruce Springsteen – Born In The USA 8 of 9
    Bruce Springsteen - Born In The USA
    The Boss as a Lego.
  • The Clash — London Calling 9 of 9
    The Clash — London Calling
    Super cool homage to London Calling.
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