LEGO is increasingly becoming an iconic fixture in pop culture's modern idiom and to celebrate its versatility, Fine Clonier has been busy collecting fan submissions of uncanny historical LEGO impersonations.
From Hemingway to Chaucer, this updated collection of some of the best recent submissions to Fine Clonier's contest features famous literary figures in an altogether different medium that you've ever seen before: LEGO.
Although the LEGO Mark Twain took the top prize in the contest, each submission Fine Colier received reflects the universality of LEGO as a medium for pop culture parody both as a means of tribute, parody and celebration. And while some are certainly more accurate than others, each shows how ripe for customization the toy's seemingly limitless versatility truly is.
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