Art meets art.
Art meets art.
A long-lost set of diaries could finally confirm whether a controversial Mona Lisa prequel is real. Key word: long-lost.
The Louvre yesterday unveiled restorations of Leonardo DaVinci’s final masterwork, “The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne,” and a copy of “The Mona Lisa” by DaVinci’s assistant. As you might expect, amazing.
A painting owned by Spain’s Prado Museum, long thought only to be a copy of Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa,” was actually painted by an apprentice of the master alongside da Vinci himself as he created the original. This according to museum officials, who announced the exciting news on Wednesday. (via Fark)
How has no one noticed this in almost 500 years?!?! Artist Ron Piccirillo discovered a whole series of hidden messages from Leonardo da Vinci in the Mona Lisa simply by looking at it from an extreme angle. The most startling of these Renaissance Easter Eggs being three animal heads in the background.
She happens to like nice men. View Image ›
Get out of the way lady! I’m trying to look at this awesome scenery. Finally, after 500 years, Mike Ruiz has used Photoshop’s new Content-Aware Fill to approximate what was behind her. I kind of hope he does this for other famous paintings. View List ›
YES! Steampunk themed music video! I bear no shame in liking this fashion and music genre. View List ›
She does look slightly mannish.
Dan Brown just crapped himself with joy.
This amazing work of geek art is displayed proudly in the lobby of the headquarters of ASUS in Peitou, Taiwan. View Image ›
The Mona Lisa recreated exclusively from vegetables and grains. Don’t be surprised if Buzzfeed readers start asking hairdressers for “the limp noodle” look. It flatters her, no? View Image ›
In 2 hours and 30 minutes, Leonardo Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa is recreated in MS Paint. This just proves that a whole lot more can be done with Microsoft Paint than drawing jizz on peoples’ faces (We’re looking at you, Perez). Watch Video ›