Salvador Dalí's Famous Elephants Look Even Trippier in Lego Form

We've seen Salvador Dalí himself rendered in Lego before, but that's not half as hard as trying to build his art out of the magical little bricks. Self-described brick artist Jin Kei did it, though. It's awesome.

The Elephant is a sculpture of one of the two towering beasts from Dalí's famous 1948 painting—also titled The Elephants. It's massive, at nearly three feet tall, and assembled from a very curious mélange of bricks and brick-like pieces. (Are all of those even Lego?) The end result is arguably even more trippier than Dalí's. And that's saying something! [Laughing Squid]

Salvador Dalí's Famous Elephants Look Even Trippier in Lego Form

Salvador Dalí's Famous Elephants Look Even Trippier in Lego Form

Salvador Dalí's Famous Elephants Look Even Trippier in Lego Form

All images via Jin Key