Mona Lisa Made from 3,604 Coffee Cups

My dad sent me a link about Mona Lisa coffee cups today. Back in July 2009,  at the Aroma Festival at The Rocks in Sydney, Australia (an annual coffee festival), organizers used 3,604 cups of coffee — four shades using different amounts of coffee and milk — to make a replica of Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa. Here’s a stop-motion video showing the production:

Pretty cool!

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One Response to Mona Lisa Made from 3,604 Coffee Cups

  1. Yes. It is hard for me. When I have an idea, usually it happened when I was at a place that I can’t do anything about it. I think the best practice is to have a pad with you at all time. When the idea hits you, write it down, and you can always take another time to continue exploring the idea.

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