Legos have gotten a big boost in pop culture lately, thanks to "The Lego Movie." This delightful photo series is sure to build up your love of the colorful building blocks even more.
British photographer Andrew Whyte's "Legography" photo series features a Lego minifigure snapping shots of landmarks and scenic vistas. The photos offer a wonderful new way to see the world -- from the perspective of a one-and-a-half-inch toy.
"The idea originated after discovering a Lego camera accessory that fits in a minifigure's hand," Andrew tells the Good News. "I started placing it into the sort of snaps I'd be taking day-to-day, from abstract textures to seaside sunsets and urban views. Adding the character turned these random images into a cohesive series."
As a nighttime long-exposure photographer, Andrew has tons of high-tech equipment, but for his Lego series, he relied on his iPhone camera to get up close and personal with his little buddy. He takes a camera-toting minifigure with him whereverRead More »from Lego Man Captures His Adventures Around the World