6,239 DOT-TO-DOT DRAWING
A common theme in my work is where I use very basic techniques to create pieces that appear to be very complex. Dot-to-dot drawings are one of the most basic forms of art – all you need is the ability to count. By carefully placing 6,239 dots, I spent 9 hours connecting them all in my version of the Mona Lisa.
Thanks go to Leonardo Da Vinci who painted the Mona Lisa over the years 1503 to 1506.
This is what 6,239 dots looks like. After every 400 dots, I changed colour to help me keep track of what number I was looking for next.
Logitech Webcam capturing one frame every 3 seconds.
What work would be complete without a signature? 9 hours 15 minutes later I had finially completed it.
The further you stand back, the more it looks like the original painting.