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LEGO Recreation of Dungeons & Dragons

The 1977 Basic Set for Dungeons & Dragons featured the cover image that you see below. It’s a painting by David Sutherland that shows a group of adventurers combating an underground dragon sitting on his treasure. It’s an iconic work of D&D art.

LEGO artist Eric Harshbarger, whose work we’ve featured previously, owns a copy of that old edition and occasionally runs campaigns with it. He loves the cover image and decided to make an enormous LEGO mosaic of it. It’s 75 inches wide and 90 inches tall and uses over 50,000 LEGO pieces. The project took him 2 months to complete.

(Photo: Black Gate)

-via Ace of Spades HQ


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