Mona Lisa Made from 3,604 Coffee Cups

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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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