I'm not sure what these digitally rendered Lego blocks by JR Schmidt represent, other than the geography of New York, but the image sure is pretty. This may or may not also have to do with me loving everything Lego.
Nathan, I’d be much more impressed by a similar representation made out of *real* lego blocks.
I live in NYC and I love legos. This image made my morning.
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