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Have Any Image Printed In LEGOs

Having your portrait hung on a wall is a pretty good indication that you've made it. Though it's probably an even better testament to your success if that portrait is not oil on canvas, but rather a mosaic of LEGO bricks. And now, thanks to Brick-a-pic, you can see exactly what that would look like.

While it's not quite the same as having your likeness captured in mini bricks by the master LEGO artist Nathan Sawaya, BAP does allow you to upload any image and preview a rendering of it as a sheet of multicolored LEGOs. Eventually, through a crowdfunded Kickstarter campaign to purchase at least 87,527 bricks, their hope is to offer a service to translate those previews into kits for you to build into tangible, wall-mountable versions.


Joe McGauley is a senior editor at Supercompressor. He's not sure how a sheet of flesh-colored LEGOs could accurately depict his many freckles.