Wait, How Did Someone Recreate Escher in Lego?

By Jamie Condliffe on at

Of all the the mind bending, unfathomable pieces of art to choose to recreate in Lego, surely anything by Escher must be the hardest, with all its impossible stairs, bridges and passageways. Still, that didn't stop Riccardo Zangelmi from trying.

Assembling 9,000 pieces over the course of 15 days, Zangelmi recreated Escher's famous Relativity. The result will be on show for four months, alongside original works by Escher, at the Foundation Magnani in Parma, Italy. It certainly deserves its place. [MOCpages via Brothers Brick]