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Musicians get Lego treatment in epic photo series

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And we thought Lego peaked.

Lego enthusiast Adly Syairi Ramly took his passion for the plastic figures and turned Legos into famous musicians for a series of photos he shot and edited on his iPhone 5s.

Ramly, who is an assistant vice president for a TV station in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s capital, started collecting Legos in 2011 and that’s when he decided to take it a step beyond. “One day I thought I should try something fun, like Lego-lize the bands I love,” Ramly tells EW. “It helps me relax, wind down.”

His photos show big bands like The Beatles, The Smiths, and – a highlight – *NSYNC in all their No Strings Attached-glory as Legos. The photos became popular once the Internet discovered them, but Ramly doesn’t have any plans to capitalize on his new-found fame. “To be honest, the only plan I had was to have an exhibition here in Kuala Lumpur,” Ramly says. “To sell [the photos], it never came across my mind. Because it’s something I do in my leisure time, it’s something I love doing.”

Check out all 20 of Ramly’s Lego-tastic photos over at Highsnobiety.

Originally posted March 19 2014 — 1:47 PM EDT

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