Amazingly Unique Mona Lisa Reproductions

It is amazing how many creative artworks exist and we are totally unaware. Mona Lisa, a famous portrait painted by Leonardo da Vinci in the 16th century, is probably the richest in replicas and reproductions all over the world. This post lists the most creative ones – those depicted not on paper.

Mona Lisa Latte Design

I’d never make myself into drinking the coffee and destroying the masterpiece:

Mona Lisa Dirty Car Design

This image is drawn in the dust of a car. One of the cool things about the design is how it changes over time. More dust accumulates as the car is driven down the road. Early morning dew streaks and dots the image, creating a patina. A light shower creates a deeper patina…

That’s when the drawings really seem to take on life, with a much greater range of values.

Mona Lisa LEGO Design:

The work by Eric Harshbarger, completed in November 2000, is entitled “Mona Lego.” It uses the standard Lego “primary” colors: red, green, blue, yellow, white and black and is composed of over 30,000 blocks, measuring six by eight feet, and weighing over 45 pounds.

 Mona Lisa with Rubik’s Cubes

The mystery artist – known only as Invader – used up to 800 of the cult 1980s cubes for the image. He twisted each cube to get the colours he wants on the top face before carefully placing them next to each other on a hardboard.

Mona Lisa Design with Coffee Cups:

2009 Rocks Aroma Festival in Sydney featured the huge picture of Mona Lisa made of 3604 coffee cups. Milk was filled in each of the coffee cups in different levels to add the required shades for the design:

 Mona Lisa Lawn Design

Tania Ledger, from Croydon, employed a 3D art Chris Naylor to create Mona Lisa portrait sculpted into her lawn to promote B&Q’s Brighten Up Britain campaign.

 Mona Lisa Design with Computer Parts:

Mona Lisa, featured on exhibition in Beijing, is made of ASUS computer parts, and titled “Technology Smiling.”

Mona Lisa Sidewalk Paintings:

It is amazing to have a piece of art right under your feet:

Mona Lisa Graffiti Design

Mona Lisa with Recycled Train Tickets

About 300 of employees at a department store in Osaka, Japan, built a 2.3 x 1.6 meters rendition of Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa painting with nothing more than old train tickets – several hundred thousand of them.

Mona Lisa Mural

What if all city building had artworks on their walls?

Mona Lisa Chocolate Design

A chocolate sculpture of the Mona Lisa was displayed in Tokyo’s Salon du Chocolat. I hope no one ate it yet:

Etch-a-Sketch Mona Lisa by Jeff Gagliardi

The Mythbusters paint the Mona Lisa
Mona Lisa Painting Made with Burger Grease


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