• Jun 20th 2006 at 6:32PM
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Online auto mag Winding Road has always been an interesting read, but one area in which the digital rag's been lacking is graphic design, particularly when it comes to covers. The most recent issue eclipses all others by foregoing the expense of more talented graphic designers and putting the mag's face in the hands of Todd Osborn, an Ypsilanti, Michigan resident and apparent Lego god.

The cover features a dead-on shot of Audi's R10 diesel Le Mans racer composed entirely of Legos. Osborn used a little less than 20,000 blocks to create the work of art, and requested Winding Road return them all when the photo shoot was finished. At the end of this "Making Of" video we see the Winding Road staff unceremoniously dismantling the work brick by handful of bricks.

[Source: Winding Road via Nestcape]

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      • 9 Years Ago
      Now you know why they're called "starving artists".
      • 9 Years Ago
      What a brilliant, and beautiful piece of artwork, but what an IDIOT the artist is for dismantling it! Did he have some kind of sentimental attachment to the Lego pieces? He said that some of them were from the 70s, but c'mon dude! He should've sold it to Audi for a few thou, and let them place it in their museum.