Prompted by nothing in particular, besides boredom, Melborne artist Thomas Pavitte did a quick online search to see what the world's largest connect the dots puzzle was. When his searches returned nothing, he decided to set the world record on his own by creating his own variation of the Mona Lisa, made out of 6,239 dots.


The Mona Lisa, Connected In 6,239 DotsS

The dots only took Pavitte nine and a half hours to connect; it's a small price to pay for holding the new world record for the most connected dots, eh? [Flavorpill via Colossal]