Mona overload

Da Vinci, as interpreted by the internet.

Glasgow-based visual communication student Fraser Clark has created a flipbook containing 240 versions of Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa” that can be found on the internet. Clark arranged the images alphabetically according to the original file name to make an archetypal hybrid of the famous portrait. He says his work is a commentary on the information overload in today’s society. Watch closely for the parody-versions.

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