Dielo je skutočne dychberúce.
Nathan Wyburn − meno umelca, ktorý sa v Londýne postaral o poriadnu senzáciu. V záhrade za domom totiž za pomoci záhradného fúkača na lístie vytvoril obrovskú kópiu obrazu Mony Lisy od Leonarda da Vinciho. Nejde však o žiadnu odfláknutú prácu, práve naopak.
Mladý umelec si dal záležať i na detailoch a tak má Mona Lisa aj tajomný úsmev tak, ako v pôvodnej verzii. Ak by ste však jedinečné dielo symbolizujúce príchod jesene chceli vidieť naživo, pre skutočný zážitok by ste sa naň museli pozrieť z poriadnej výšky.
Monu Lisu z lístia si však môžete vychutnať aj teraz. Pozrite si video, na ktorom toto dielo uvidíte v plnej paráde.
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ARTIST RECREATES THE MONA LISA WITH A LEAF BLOWER! 🍁 I was challenged by @bandq_uk recreate the iconic image of the Mona Lisa using their Bosch LEAF BLOWER! Check it out! (video on page also) 🍁 A giant outdoor artwork created with a leaf blower and thousands of fallen autumn leaves has been unveiled today by leading home improvement and garden living retailer, B&Q. The 15m long natural replica of the famous Mona Lisa painting was created by artist Nathan Wyburn using clusters of brown, red and orange leaves, to inspire the public to make their outdoor spaces a work of art and start the autumn tidy up. Research from B&Q has found that clearing up the garden is the most satisfying job around the home in autumn, taking the top spot for over half of people (53 per cent) in a ranking of autumn upkeep jobs. This comes above throwing away clutter, packing away the summer wardrobe and cleaning out gutters. A fifth of people (19 per cent) said they like their garden to look better than their neighbours’ and one in ten (11 per cent) compared their aspirations for their outdoor space to creating a work of art. To achieve the feeling of pride people will get from the job, it will take average of a full day (8 hours) to tidy the garden, with some people taking the best part of a working week to complete it1. Clearing leaves is the biggest job2 with 44 per cent of people saying that it seems to be a never-ending task, something that even a quarter of those without trees in their garden experience3. In the poll, 68 per cent of people said they put off starting tasks around the home and almost a third (29 per cent) said they were time poor. Homeowners were especially concerned about having the time to clear up their garden in Wales, the East Midlands and East Anglia. However, around half of people admitted to raking up leaves (53 per cent) or picking them up manually (43 per cent) so not having the right equipment could be driving up this time commitment. #art #artist #monalisa #monaleafa #garden #bandq #leafblower #artattack #hugeart #leafart #gardenart #popart #popculture #nathanwyburn