If art never came naturally to you as a kid, then you will love Thomas Pavitte’s connect-the-dot Mona Lisa. Pavitte attempted to break the world record for most dots connected (the official world record in unknown) by creating and connecting a portrait of Mona Lisa comprised of 6,239 individual dots.
It took Pavitte nine hours to connect all of the dots on the portrait which is probably more than enough time needed to break the as-of-now unknown world record. The marathon connection session has been shortened into a four minute time lapse video which shows the artist and future world record holder connecting each and every dot turning what was once a jumble of dots into an outline of the most famous painting ever created. You can check out Pavitte in action in the featured video.
Classical Connect-The-Dot Artwork
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