Student creates ‘Mona Lisa’ with thousands of pushpins

COPYING A MASTER—David Michael, a freshman at Oak Park High School, created a postersized rendering of Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa” using 5,000 colored pushpins. Above, a detail closeup of how the colored pins form a picture.
David Michael may be more interested in culinary arts than fine art, but his version of the “Mona Lisa” is generating a lot of buzz around school.
A freshman at Oak Park High, David created a rendering of Leonardo da Vinci’s famous painting using ...

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