London Olympics 2012 is the buzzing rage right now, both online and offline. People are glued to their TV screens, live streams and mobile devices to catch live updates and videos of the event. However, some fans are celebrating the memorable occasion in a very unique way – by making Lego replicas of memorable Olympics moments.
Lego Olympics is essentially aimed at celebrating Olympics, but in a plastic way. A number of plastic re-enactments of some of the most memorable Olympics moments have been made using Lego blocks. For instance, the victory of Usain Bolt in the 100 meter sprint has been revisited in this venture.
The stop-motion video from The Guardian about ‘Lego Olympics’ is truly impressive. The thrill and excitement of the game as well as the joy of victory are portrayed quite aptly through the lifeless Lego blocks. Although, this is naturally no alternative to watching actual Olympics, it certainly goes on to show the creativity of the team which has worked on it.
The video of Lego Olympics is posted below. You can catch a glimpse of the action of those tiny, nifty blocks portraying some of the greatest Olympian sportsmanship.
Source: The Guardian