Award-winning creatorhas leveraged the possibilities of the world’s most recognizable colored bricks to immortalize ’s capstone album.
It's difficult to fathom that nearly 10 years have passed since the release of the robots' Random Access Memories. But as the landmark 10th anniversary approaches of the project that brought us "Get Lucky," "Doin' It Right" and so much more, Brick has showcased the iconic album's art using LEGOs as his creative medium.
Taking to TikTok, the LEGO craftsman showed off his physical recreation of the album's cover while putting on the finishing touches. Inserting a piece of reflective sticker paper into the middle of the design, Brick adds a shiny flare to a spitting recreation of Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo's robot profiles.
The creator, who has exhibited his brick creations at conventions such as Denver Comic Con, Brickworld Chicago and BrickCon, has made a recent habit of recreating iconic album covers, including Green Day’s American Idiot and Muse’s Origin of Symmetry.
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