If you’re a fan of Star Wars and LEGO, this is your dream come true. Finnish photographer Vesa Lehtim’ki unites these two passions of his in playful and creative dioramas.
Vesa LehtimÃ¤ki makes use of LEGO minifigures, baking soda and forced perspective to create authentic miniature scenes from such epic movies as Star Wars, Indiana Jones and The Lord of the Rings. Then again, he undoubtedly has his heart set on a galaxy far, far away. After experimenting with plaster, powdered sugar and flour, baking soda became to be the most effective substitute for snow, crucial to bring the ever-snowy planet Hoth back in motion.
It is important to note, that almost all of LehtimÃ¤kiâ€˜s dioramas donâ€˜t reenact the real film scenes, relatively they’re original pieces of artwork, combining novelty with acquainted components from our pop culture. His photographs are distinctive and extremely realistic â€“ they often seem like the actual movie stills from deleted scenes.
Lehtim’s first miniture photography was in 2009 when he created the dioramas to document his children’s toys. Because the response on Flickr used to be positive,Lehtim’s , to our pleasure, persisted his ingenious journey. Here’s a collection of Lehtim’s best possible never-before-seen movie scenes from Star Wars and Indiana Jones starring LEGO figurines. Experience!
Early Morning Scout Patrol
The Arrival of a Star Destroyer
Mr. Fett Goes Shopping
Dr. Jones and the Temple of Hutt
Indiana Jones in the Map Room
A Pilots Dream
Last Ship to Rendezvous Point
Movie scenes recreated with LEGO
Breaking In the Tauntaun
High Speed Snowspeeder Flyby
The Steps of a Walker
Dr. Jones Saves the Day
Photos Via: PetaPixel