close menu
Behold Dante’s Inferno…In Legos!

Behold Dante’s Inferno…In Legos!

We all had LEGOs as kids, right? With a few pieces of hard plastic and some imagination, we could build amazing things. And some not so amazing things. Hey we can’t all be Frank Lloyd Wright. As I hike my pants up to my chest, I fondly recall how LEGOs in my day were plain and solid colored. None of this fancy pre-made flashy stuff. Nowadays, you can get star destroyers and dinosaurs and ninja turtles all made for you. Ludicrous!

But every now and then, an artist will come along to create something that was not intended by the brilliant brains at LEGO. Meet Mihai Marius Mihu, a self-taught Romanian artist who decided to recreate nine circles of Hell from Dante’s Inferno.

With nearly 40,000 LEGOs.

Because he could.

Check out our gallery below to see the complete set of all nine circles!

Photo credits: Mihai Marius Mihu

Gallery

Critical Role

Critical Role: Episode 68 – Cloak and Dagger

show
Critical Role Fan Art Gallery – Every Step Counts in an Adventure

Critical Role Fan Art Gallery – Every Step Counts in an Adventure

article
Critical Role

Critical Role: Episode 67 – The Chase to Glintshore

show