Extremely Pixelated Mona Lisa

Pixelated Mona Lisa

Gary Andrew Clarke, a graphic designer from England, has designed this extremely pixelated and cool looking version of the famous "Mona Lisa" portrait by Leonardo da Vinci.

Leonardo da Vinci's 'The Mona Lisa' reduced & remixed down into 140 exact circles of colour. Makes no sense close up. Makes every sense from the other side of the room.

Signed & dated. A beautiful archival Giclee print (unframed). Professional high quality 600pdi print on 190gsm silk white paper.


Link via kottke.org

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I also like the idea Robert, but my point is, is a very old idea and now is really easy to do it (like hector said, god bless photoshop)

here you have a very old example (almost 40 years ago) from when it was original:
http://radicalart.info/AlgorithmicArt/grid/discretization/PixelGrids/73HarmonLincoln-s.jpg

And again, I'm not trying to be rude. I'm just trying to show you, if you didn't know already, how old that idea was and how easy is to make one
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