Aladdin LEGO-fied!

True North Bricks continues to grow, thanks to all of you who continue to stop by and read my posts. I also have a lot more content to produce these days compliments of the LEGO® Ambassador Network. So, this week, I have decided to streamline Minifigure Monday a little. I have a lot of creative projects involving Minifigures that pop-up on True North Bricks. These include poems, photos, coloring pages, and LEGO-fied pop-culture recreations. Since they all involve Minifigures, I have decided to unify them all under one banner. Fear not, I will continue to provide these features, but they will happen on Mondays from now on. This week, we’ll take a look at my latest LEGO-fied project!

This post continues with my New Year’s resolution to make one LEGO-fied pop-culture poster every month for all of 2019. It also ended up being quite the undertaking. I had planned to have it out last month, but there was a lot of work that actually went into it, and it just wasn’t ready a month ago. I decided when Aladdin was re-made this year that I would try to create a LEGO-fied version of the new movie poster. I ended up taking a little creative license, and I blended aspects from two different posters for the movie. But, I quite like the end result.

I used Aladdin and the Genie from the first wave of Disney Minifigures that came out in 2016. Jasmine and Jafar are from the second wave that came out earlier this year. The monkey (used for Abu) is from the Pirates theme from my childhood, and the tiger came in the City theme Jungle Air Drop Helicopter set (60162). The pictures were all brought together through the magic of Photoshop.

My LEGO-fied version of the Aladdin movie poster from 2019.

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Until next time,

-Tom

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