Last Call: More Lego awesomeness

As if classic Group B rally photos weren’t already cool, @_fraser73 has recreated tons of iconic scenes in Lego! It’s not even just the super iconic photos either, it’s also a bunch of candid shots. Most of the shots include the Lego and original photo but he also adds a picture of the camera setup with the scene. A unique touch that you don’t always see with photography pages. I like how it reveals some of the neat tricks he utilizes in order to get certain effects.

Some of his newer posts are from modern GP racing which also look rad. The depth of field and superb editing makes the scenes feel so alive which is crazy considering it’s just a bunch of plastic pieces. He also is selling prints on his website which I would love to have framed for a mancave, what about you?

Last Call indicates the end of Hooniverse’s broadcast day. It’s meant to be an open forum for anyone and anything. Thread jacking is not only accepted, but it’s also encouraged.

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8 responses to “Last Call: More Lego awesomeness”

  1. Wayne Moyer Avatar
    Wayne Moyer


  2. Troggy Avatar

    I’m reasonably happy with the way my COVID lockdown lego mancave awesomeness turned out.

    I was inspired to do the Lancia by this Hooniverse post. Yes, I installed the extra part to enable reverse gear!

    1. Zentropy Avatar

      That is SO much better than the GT3 RS for which the kit was intended! Lego should put out a kit in Alitalia livery.

    2. nanoop Avatar

      You got both, simultaneously!

  3. crank_case Avatar

    Not Lego, but another 1/64 scale comparsion of trucks from different eras and countries – Greenlight Ford F350 vs Tomica Limited Vintage Isuzu Elf

    1. Sjalabais Avatar

      Despite believing that we live in a golden age for car design, it makes me shake my head in disbelief at the priorities of our time.

      1. crank_case Avatar

        In fairness – Isuzu Elfs are still sold today, haven’t deviated much from the original compact cabover and excellent load capacity idea and are in use daily all over the world (though sold under different names). I believe they even released an Electric Version while Tesla and Rivan were still faffing about in vaporware land.

  4. Zentropy Avatar


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