Mihai Marius Mihu has done a great job of creating Dante’s Nine Circles of Hell in Lego. Mihu did not immerse themselves in The Inferno for this project, limiting themselves to snippets about the circles, wanting their own take on it to dominate, and I think it’s a grand job. Lust is most impressive. I’m just going to post Gluttony here, because the red and black really attracted me, and you can have a wander through the other circles yourself, and also have a care if you curious sproggen trying to peek over your shoulder.
Marcus Ranum says
See, I did not know they made lego skeletons. I learn something every day, whether I like it or not!
I was quite impressed with the lego phallus and vagina, those were nicely done. Had no idea you could do that sort of thing with lego!
Oh, it’s a touch disturbing that all the skeletons except one have smiles.
Tabby Lavalamp says
Ah. I thought Lego Hell would be just a floor covered in loose Lego bricks.
Joseph Zowghi says
Wow! Creative and impactful. I’ve never seen those tusk-like pieces before.
Shouldn’t all skeletons have smiles? After all, what choice do they have than to grinn from ear to ear?
Very late to this & pretty sure most folks know about it already but The Brick Testament using Lego figures to create a quite different and at times powerful version of the Bible is pretty awesome too :
Its got a Lego version of hell too natch.