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]

All images via Jin Key