Friday, April 16, 2010

Karate Champ and a Swedish band

In an effort to not have this blog reclassified as a drain on society, similar to the day after the Super Bowl or the NCAA Tournament; and since I don't know how to make a 'Boss' button that creates a fake-looking spreadsheet about LEGO bricks, I've decided to limit the amount of time required for interactivity today.

All you need is 3 minutes and 45 seconds. Because with those 3 minutes and 45 seconds (plus the time it takes you to read these few paragraphs...oh, man...I never should have wasted time with this parenthesis....but I did...and now the little brother in me just wants to keep stalling) you could change a child's life. I'm working on my infomercial pitch...

Since I've effectively buried the lede -- here it is, a new music video from the Swedish rock band, Rymdreglage. The song, 8 Bit Trip, is perhaps a bit easier to pronounce. It's a stop motion animation video using LEGO bricks that apparently took 1,500 hours to make. And with a man turning into LEGO pieces and Miniland size versions of the Karate Champ figures, this one is amazing.

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