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Mona Lisa

It is known

The Mona Khal-Lisa, Our Lady of the Dark Eyebrows

Sadly, the original Mona Khaleesa is thought to have perished in a mysterious, completely, totally, absolutely unexplained fire. No historical record exists of how it was started and no historians have offered any theories.


Almost Totally Excellent

NASA Uses a Laser to Sends the Mona Lisa to the Moon Because SCIENCE!

No, Dean from The Iron Giant. Not because, ART, because SCIENCE. NASA recently tested out a system of transmitting data by laser beam to their satellite currently orbiting the Moon, an experiment that gathered vital information on the interference of Earth’s atmosphere and its effect on the fidelity of such communications. But they couldn’t just send any old thing to the moon, no. They sent the Mona Lisa. Explanatory video below:


Our Adorable Past

Meet the Isleworth Mona Lisa, Which Might be the Mona Lisa’s Senior by Ten Years

The lady is familiar, but not the facial expression. For years art historians have pondered the origins of the Isleworth Mona Lisa. Is it a copy, painted shortly after da Vinci finished his mysterious masterpiece, or an early draft of the famous portrait, painted ten years previously?

The debate begins anew, with the unveiling of the painting to the public eye for the first time in forty years.


Our Adorable Past

World Still Safe from Zombie Mona Lisa [They Dug Up the Wrong Body]

Attention, art history fans: Mona Lisa’s skeleton has not been found. Or, rather, the skeleton recently exhumed by art historian/researcher Silvano Vinceti, thought to have belonged to Mona Lisa model Lisa del Giocondo, in fact belonged to a different long-term resident of the Ursuline convent that is supposedly the final resting place of Leonardo da Vinci‘s muse.