Back in July during the annual San Diego Comic-Con event, the LEGO Group continued to expand their presence of the show with a new concept called LEGO® Brick Boxes. These small interactive exhibits were designed to act as unique backdrops for Minifigures photo ops. A series of 18 minifigure sized brick-built art installations were created by various LEGO artists and featured a mix of original locations and others based on various licensed IPs including Star Wars, Batman, Avengers, Stranger Things and many others. Now we have a peek behind the curtain of how some of these unique Minifigures were created.
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