Mona Lisa Made from 3,604 Coffee Cups


Photo via Gilles Gravier on Flickr

Back in July, 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:

Video: Stop-Motion Mona Lisa Made from Coffee Cups

For further reading, check out A Table for Two's great writeup and photos of the Aroma Festival at The Rocks.

—Raphael Brion

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