Luther in Legoland
Many parents who have young children have recently found themselves watching 100 minutes of plastic bricks animated with stop-motion magic: the block-buster ‘Lego Movie.’
Other fans of the little bricks have put their collections of figures and bricks through various permutations in recreating scenes that represent key events in the life of Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation.
After all, Lego was invented in the Lutheran country of Denmark, so it seems appropriate that this creation should be put to this kind of purpose in marking this 500th anniversary year.
You can access a gallery of photos of these Lego reconstructions at: