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LEGO minifigs go on tiny, real life adventures by interacting with everyday objects

French photographer Sofiane Samlal, better known as ‘Samsofy’, shows us that everything is indeed awesome when imagination takes over and brings inanimate plastic characters to life.

In his series ‘Legographie’, Samsofy visualizes the everyday lives of LEGO minifigs as they interact with life-size objects and settings. For instance, a miniature chef requires the use of a wheel barrow to carry a strawberry, while a fisherman goes fishing in a slightly opened can of sardines.

‘Influenced by geek culture, my artistic approach is now focused on small LEGO® characters’, he tells Bored Panda. ‘My work combines the techniques of photography, street art, model making and installations; in my created microcosms, I play with scale and material to alter perception’.

Head on over to Instagram to see more of Samsofy’s works.

Via Ufunk

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LEGO minifigs go on tiny, real life adventures by interacting with everyday objects
LEGO minifigs go on tiny, real life adventures by interacting with everyday objects
LEGO minifigs go on tiny, real life adventures by interacting with everyday objects
LEGO minifigs go on tiny, real life adventures by interacting with everyday objects
LEGO minifigs go on tiny, real life adventures by interacting with everyday objects
LEGO minifigs go on tiny, real life adventures by interacting with everyday objects
LEGO minifigs go on tiny, real life adventures by interacting with everyday objects
LEGO minifigs go on tiny, real life adventures by interacting with everyday objects

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