Sunday, November 15, 2009

Java the Cup Makes Good Mona

Late summer in Sydney, Australia, artists found a grand way to say "Good Morning," by creating the Mona Lisa out of thousands of cups of coffee with varying amounts of milk in them for color. Created for the Rocks Aroma Festival, it measured an impressive 20 feet by 13 feet (the acutal Mona Lisa is 31x21 inches) and took 8 people over three hours to complete. Lisa on the plaza was a monumental effort and a showcase in alfresco art... we just hope those 3,604 java cups were recyclable.

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