Lego minfigs come in all shapes and sizes, and, more recently, have even looked like your favourite film characters, but one thing they haven't ever been is tattooed - until now that is.

Created by advertising agency Grey in Barcelona, for an ad campaign for Pilot's Extra-Fine tipped pens, the pen maker has commissioned the inking to show off what the pen's can do.

While some bloggers are calling fake, suggesting they are actually giant figures rather than the standard sized Lego men, it's still pretty badass.

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