These 'Cube Dudes' by Angus Maclane represent the artist's LEGO interpretation of pop culture icons. From Bruce Lee to Homer Simpson, Maclane has the heavy hitters covered, but there is also a LEGO sculpture of Aang from 'Avatar: The Last Air Bender.'
Even though most of the LEGO sculptures in 'Cube Dudes' by Angus Maclane are not detailed, the artist still created something that's easily recognizable, especially for pop culture aficionados.
Implications - My favorite of the bunch has got to be the Btman figure as it mimics the classic blue and gray Batman costume of the '60s, which I'm still very fond of to this day. Plus, Angus Maclane even included a mini Robin figure to go along with it.
'Cube Dudes' by Angus Maclane Features LEGO Pop Culture Icons
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