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Mona Lisa recreated with coffee

Mona Lisa recreated with coffee

I recently had these images sent to my email and thought it was worth sharing. I wish I had this much time on my hands!



The Mona Lisa, one of the world’s most famous paintings, has been recreated with 3,604 cups of coffee – and 310 litres of milk.

It measures an impressive 6m high and 4m wide and took a team of eight people three hours to complete.

It was created for The Rocks Aroma Festival in Sydney and seen by 130,000 people who attended the one-day coffee-lovers event.

The Mona Lisa has been reproduced so many times in so many different mediums but, as far as we know, never out of coffee.

Yours in Design,

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