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It's already been well-established that everything is better in LEGO; and now you have the chance to improve yourself.

This inventive kickstarter campaign offers you the chance to convert any photo that you take - including all those selfies - into a LEGO brick mosaic to hang up on your wall, or give as a gift.

If Brick-A-Pic reaches its goal, it will buy up an extensive stock of bricks - including out-of-print colours - build a fully-functioning website capable of converting your images and then fulfill their orders - either providing you with instructions to build your mosaic, or by sending you the full kit, ready-to-assemble. The finished art will be 5, 10 or 15 square inches big (or 16x16, 32x32, 48x48 pixels), or even a bigger custom size. The cost of each is currently $75, $150 or $250, with $600 getting you a custom image using up to 5,000 pixels.

There's a 'toy' website up-and-running already which can give you a rough idea of what your LEGOified picture might look like: we've had a go with the ShortList.com logo. See the results below and get pledging at the kickstarter here.

What are you waiting for? Let's go, LEGO.



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