A Flipbook Containing 240 Versions Of ‘Mona Lisa’ Found Online
As a social commentary about the overload of information people are exposed to these days, Glasgow-based visual communication student Fraser Clark created a flipbook.
This flipbook contained 240 versions of Leonardo da Vinci’s famous ‘Mona Lisa’ found on the internet.
Clark arranged the images alphabetically according to the original file name, and cleverly combined them to form an archetypal hybrid of the famed painting along the book’s fore-edge.
The flipbook leaves one wondering exactly how many images of the famous painting is on the world wide web—and which is the closest to the original.
Check out the Clark’s ‘Mona Lisa’ flipbook below:
[via Fraser Clark]
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