I dare say I've actually been inspired by Lego blocks this morning, and, quite possibly, these classic scenes from human history could make self-described fanatic Jesus Diaz weep—just a little. There's Jeff Widener's 1989 photograph of "The unknown rebel" at Tiananmen square; and Joe Rosenthal's 1945 photograph "Raising the flag on Iwo Jima"; and-especially poignant for this soccer player-even Maradona's infamous "Hand of God" goal from the 1986 World Cup. For something so toy-like to be so inspiring and thought-provoking is a testament to the creator, a Flickr user known simply as Balakov. A plastic hat tip to you, sir.
Beautiful. @Hawkskater: Art is not the amount of time put into a piece, but the thought. Personally I think these are beautiful, and it requires someone with a bit more maturity and a sense of humor to appreciate these for what they are and what they represent. No 3 year old is precocious enough to even consider this concept.
In short, you suck.