COOL MONA LISA RECREATIONS
Artist Jim Hance painted this geek parody of the famous Mona Lisa - ostensibly titled "Mona Leia".
Marco Pece is an Italian photographer with a fascination with Lego. An art lover himself, his recent work recreates famous paintings in perfect detail, using the ubiquitous bricks. This is his Mona Lisa with Lego.
The famous cover of New Yorker Magazine depicting Monica Lewinsky as the Mona Lisa was very controversial. The clever and attractive image plays on multiple characteristics of its subject: Monica was known among friends as "Mona," the images of her in the popular press emphasized her mouth and smile (with appropriate innuendo), and in both Monica and Mona there flies the uncertainty of the nature of her relationship with a great celebrity.
Created over three months by the employees of the Takashimaya department store in Japan, this Mona Lisa recreation (among other pieces) is made entirely of recycled train tickets. Over 320,000 old tickets were used to recreate the Da Vinci masterpieces of The Mona Lisa, The Birth Of Venus, and Renoir's Dance At The Moulin De La Galette.
Artist Phil Hansen recreated the infamous Mona Lisa - using burger grease. He used 14 grease-laden burgers to create the unusual masterpiece for an American fast food company - who wanted to show how much grease was in their competitor's burgers.
The 3D Art Expert used some basic garden tools and a lawnmower to recreate a Mona Lisa in Tania's South London lawn. Working with nature's canvas he carefully prepared the surface, trimmed the blades of grass and over the course of two days the woman with the enigmatic smirk came to life.
The Mona Lisa on Toast by Tadhiko Okawa recreated Da Vinci's Mona Lisa from 1,426 pieces of burnt toast.
Post By: Deepak Punjabi