Lego Viva La Vida

When it takes two years to make a Lego video, you have to promote it

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YouTube user Dylan Woodley (NXTManiac94) spent more than two years off and on creating this stop-motion video of Coldplay's 2008 hit Viva La Vida, using Lego characters. The video doesn't mimic Coldplay's video, but it still does a good job with its interpretation of the song and the characters.

[Westminster Abbey built with LEGOs and Intel researchers play with Legos in interactive demo]

Plus, Legos make everything better.

Bonus: I've included the original Coldplay video for the song if you are nostalgic for the heady days of 2008:

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