LEGO version of the original macintosh by chris mcveigh
jan 29, 2013
LEGO version of the original macintosh by chris mcveigh


LEGO version of the original macintosh by chris mcveigh
image © chris mcveigh

 

 

chris mcveigh – a toy photographer, t-shirt designer, old-school gamer and lego builder based in halifax, canada – has celebrated 29 years of
macintosh in his own unique way, a LEGO replica of the classic machine. the work is a recreation of the ad for the computer,
even featuring the iconic ‘hello’ scrawled across the screen and a building guide will be released for the model for those wanting commemorate
in the same way.

 

 


the work is a recreation of the ad for the computer, even featuring the iconic ‘hello’ scrawled across the screen
image © salentina verace

 

 


the work celebrates 29 years of the original macintosh
image © salentina verace

 

 

 via gizmodo

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