LEGO-fied: Jurassic World

Okay, okay, I know, I have LEGO-fied a number of Jurassic World posters in the past. What can I say? I am a big fan of the franchise, and an even bigger fan of the LEGO® theme. This particular project came about because of my purchase of the Indoraptor Rampage at Lockwood Estate set. It came with a triceratops skull build, which lent itself perfectly to recreating the first teaser image that was released for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. In terms of production, this was probably one of the easiest LEGO-fied posters I have undertaken. While I adjusted the lighting effects in Photoshop a little, the scene was already built for me in the Indoraptor Rampage set. As I was photographing the set for my review, I suddenly remembered the promotional image for the movie. The rest was just one shutter click away. So, with out further ado, here is this month’s LEGO-fied pop-culture moment…

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The first promotional image for the Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom film, recreated with LEGO® bricks.

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Until next time,

-Tom

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