Artist Uses Leaf Blower to Recreate Mona Lisa for B&Q

By on Thursday, September 27, 2018

The Mona Lisa, the famous painting created by Leonardo DaVinci in 1506 has been recreated on a Richmond lawn in South London.

Artist Nathan Wyburn refashioned the iconic portrait, supposedly thought to be of Florentine noblewoman Lisa Gherardini, using only fallen leaves and a leaf blower.

The green fingered creative hoped his masterpiece, commissioned by B&Q, would encourage people to keep their gardens tidy following the arrival of Autumn.




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