The Guardian's sports section have started creating little Lego animations of momentous occasions in sport. Here's their most recent one, Andy Murray winning Wimbledon:  

Which was preceded by the British and Irish Lions victory against Australia: 

I really like this sort of creativity, without necessarily having a deep and meaningful value beyond making people smile. 

Of course, the concept isn't limited to sport, and there are plenty of examples from across the worlds of music and comedy too. 

Ed Sheeran's Lego House: 

Eddie Izzard's 'Death Star Canteen':

Only Men Aloud ft Bonnie Tyler - Total Eclipse of the Heart:  

Has anyone seen any other great examples that I should be watching? 

Also if anyone has any animation skills and would like to teach me how to make my own Lego videos, do let me know. 

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Comment by Jen Thornton on July 11, 2013 at 9:58

Thanks Guy, that looks brilliant. I'll download it later and have a play! 

Comment by Guy O'Donnell on July 10, 2013 at 17:56

Hi Jen

My son who is 10 uses this Lego movie maker App to make movies

https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/lego-movie-maker/id516001587?mt=8

Its very easy to use.

There are lots of 'how to' guides on youtube

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