Daft Punk’s Alive 2007 tour pyramid set has gone down in electronic music history, and now, thanks to the brick building skills of a father and son, it’s been immortalised in Lego (opens in new tab).
Long-time Daft Punk fan Patrick Harbourn came up with the idea when he spotted the Lego Ideas Music To Our Ears competition, for which master builders were encouraged to create a new Lego set based on the theme of music. His pyramid, which he created with his 8-year-old son in a bid to keep themselves busy during lockdown, is now one of 10 finalists.(opens in new tab)
These 10 projects are currently being voted on by fans - voting closes today - and are also being considered by the Lego Ideas Review Board with an eye on turning one of them into a set that you can actually buy. Other sets competing for victory include ones devoted to Gorillaz, Queen and the Fender Stratocaster.
Take a look and cast your vote on the Lego Ideas (opens in new tab) website.