Mona Lisa Painting Made From 3.604 Coffee Cups

Mona Lisa Painting Made From Coffee Cups

When someone says “coffee and toast” you probably think of breakfast, right? Well some people decided to use these items in a definitely more creative way. They put together loads of coffee cups or toasted slices of bread resulting some pretty impressive portraits of painted-characters, celebrities and other people. After taking a look at the images below you’ll probably end up wondering, like I did, how they managed to do it without drinking the coffee or sneakily eating the toast.

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In Australia a huge portrait of the Mona Lisa was created using 3.604 cups of coffee and 564 pints of milk for coloring. This portrait measures 20 feet high and 13 feet wide. In order for this “painting” to be done, a team of eight Artists took three hours to complete it. That’s quite something if you think that it’s so easy to spill the coffee and ruin the artwork.

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