These Super Bowl Ads Recreated in Lego Are Actually More Fun Than the Real Thing Everything really is awesome

Just when we thought we were Super Bowl'd out, we find something that takes the magic of this year's ads and reimages it—IN LEGO!

British animation house A+C Studios is behind the Brick Bowl—a three-minute journey through some of this year's Super Bowl ads, edited together as a story. It took them 36 hours following the final whistle to deliver the video, which it calls "a new take on the world's most expensive advertising space."

Take a look below as some of the most memorable spots (nine to be exact), including Snickers, Toyota, T-Mobile and Bud Light, are transformed into Legos! To prove they weren't cheating, there's even a mini-Katy Perry halftime show.

They left out the Nationwide kid. But that's because everything is awesome.

Director: Dan Richards
Story: Josh Hicks, Dan Richards
Producer: Liu Batchelor
Executive Producers: Robyn Viney, Julian Hirst
Animation Director: James "Jamesy" Harvey
Production Manager: Sim Bhachu
Editor: Stuart Clark
Sound Design: Jareth Turner, Karl Aiden Bourne
Voice: Dave Eric Smith
Additional Voices: Stuart Clark
Storyboard Artists: Dayle Sanders, Josh Hicks
Stop Motion Animators: James Harvey, Barnaby Dixon, Dave Cubitt, Roos Mattaar, Laura Tofarides, Jordan Wood
Model Makers: Jess Linares, Astrid Goldsmith, Tiffany Monk, Becky Smith, Kyle Roberts
Stage Build: Martin Richards
Production Assistants: Bobby Sparks, Chad Mihaylov, Charlie-Evaristo-Boyce
Digital Animation, Visual Effects: Stuart Clark, Dayle Sanders, Oliver David Lister, Kim Dunne, Nat Urwin
Catering: Rory Fletcher

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