Legos Get Tatted Up in Ballpoint

This is an exceptionally clever ad for a line of Pilot extra-fine pens. How fine are they? Fine enough to give insanely detailed tattoos to a bunch of tiny Lego minifigs.

Really? OK, not really, as I’m pretty sure these are just giant figs shot to look small, because if this was legit, that pen would be so fine it wouldn’t be worth writing with.

But that being said, even if these figures can stomp all over the real ones, this is still a really cool art project and ad campaign. Check out a bunch of more of the tattooed minifigs below:

[via Flavorwire]

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