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Photos + Video: 'Breaking Bad' Fan Makes Walter White Lego Mosaic

Photo courtesy Andy Bauch
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"Breaking Bad" has been rife material from which artists have drawn for tribute works during the show's five-season run, and both have reached their apex with the series' finale. One fan's love of the show inspired him to create a 15-lb mosaic portrait of Walter White using 2,000 Lego pieces.

Angeleno Andy Bauch, who describes himself as "a software developer by day that sells nerdy Lego artwork by night," said it took about 10 hours of construction time to assemble the portrait, which is 30" x 30" mounted on a 1" thick wood frame.

Photo courtesy Andy Bauch
Bauch shared some photos of the piece, and a time lapse video of him putting it together. Geek out!

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