At first, I thought this image was an example of pastiche of the Beatles walking across Abbey Road. This is a very famous photograph that many famous people and movies have replicated. There are many different examples of parodies and appropriations. I thought this to be pastiche at first because though it is of lego figures, the lego figures are still that of the original Beatles. However, after a little consideration, this is the reason why this is more of a parody. I thought of the scene in the movie The Parent Trap starring Lindsay Lohan. In the scene, one of Lindsay Lohan’s characters and her mother walked across the street, and they froze for a moment. That was an example of pastiche because it was like it was paying tribute to the Beatles. There was no satirical reference. That scene and this image are very different. Though it is of the Beatles, they are all Lego figures. In the original Abbey Road image, all of the Beatles have very straight arms and legs extended, and the Lego figures are also very straight, but that is because they are Legos and cannot move in swift fluid movements. That is part of the satirical aspect in this Lego image. Instead of being real people, the Beatles are displayed as toy versions of themselves. This image is more of an example of parody than it is a pastiche.