The name is not particularly attractive, especially since it doesn't really suggest anything specific, but the profile pic and the cover one are indeed revealing, as is the keyword 'artist' and the following description: Created the blizzards on Lego Star Wars Hoth photographs. Helped The Lego Movie find it's visual style. Avanaut on Flickr, Instagram. Twitter: @TheAvanaut.

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If you look a little closer, you'll see that there's a link to a book too there.

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And its description finally gives us some insight into the identity of this Avanaut. Apparently, the brilliant mind behind the whole thing is Finnish photographer Vesa Lehtimäki, who came up with some truly wonderful takes on the most iconic Star Wars scenes and characters, all that while using his sons' favorite Lego minifigures. Each photo is accompanied by a piece of text offering interesting information regarding his creative process, which turns his book into an overall really fascinating read.

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However, this cute little book that we've been telling you about is not the only awesome thing that Vesa's been doing lately. To be more specific, we're talking about an absolutely amazing collection of photographs taken with a little help from other Star Wars toys and forced perspective. This time, as you've already seen, the photographs are as realistic as they can get.

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This, for instance, is what the set for the previous photo looked like.

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And none of his other pics are disappointing either.

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