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World's Most Complicated Connect-the-Dots Image

Artist Thomas Pavitt has set the unofficial record for the world’s most complicated connect-the-dots drawing — an image of the Mona Lisa — clocking in at 6,239 dots. Before starting on his project, Pavitt searched the Internet to find any references to the connect-the-dots record, but after he didn’t turn up any results, decided to set the record himself (for all he knows).

Every 400 dots, Pavitt changed their color so he could keep track of his progress, finally completing connecting the dots after nine hours and fifteen minutes. Read on below to see some more pictures of the work — including a fully-connected image — as well as a video.

(Colossal via Oddity Central)

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