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A Look at a New Lego Art Book

By October 17, 2012

There are a number of different books covering action figures from an encyclopedic angle, but very few look at toys with an artistic lens. Brendan Powell Smith changed that with his first book The Brick Bible, in which he brought Lego minifigures with impeccable posing and gorgeous photography. And he's back with another detailed and beautiful look at everyone's favorite little action figures called the The Brick Bible: The New Testament.

Although some might consider it a religious text, the brand new book is just a great way for action figure collectors to get a glimpse of incredible action figure art that's rarely seen on store shelves. The photos inside are crisp and high quality, the posing is perfect, and there are some truly creative uses of Lego minifigures used to make everything come to life.

In a world with very few coffee table books covering the attraction of action figures on a visual level, this is one of the few that stands out. For readers who can put the religious aspect aside and just enjoy the photos, they'll find it's a perfect complement to their Lego Minifigures collection.

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