The Art of LeGogh

The Lego creations by Eric Hunter are truly amazing and if you’re used to kits and instructions, these pieces will blow your mind. (We talked with Eric on episode 163 of the podcast, which you should definitely listen to.)

Below are some samples of Eric’s work. For more and to contact him, check out his website.


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