The Mona Lisa is a master creation of Leonardo da Vinci which is the most famous and recognisable paintings in the world. Over the years, people have used Mona Lisa in their artwork. They have shared their own take on Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece.
Internet is a medium of creative excellence, there is no doubt about it. The imagination, conversation and emotions expressed through this medium has no comparison with any other medium. The imagination and creative excellence was so well that it took the internet to a new wave. Various Indian versions of the ever mystical painting was just awesome. In line with the regional saree that the Italian noblewoman is wearing, the well-edited and imaginative marketing gave Mona Lisa a new touch. The creatives also gave local titles to these pictures.
As Shona Lisa
The first post, “Mona in Six Yards Across India,” included a picture of the lady wearing what seemed to be an expensive Murshidabad silk saree, coupled with jewellery and a large red bindi, which is customary for Hindu Bengali weddings. She is referred to as “Shona Lisa” in this post.
As Lisa Ben
Another version depicted the masterpiece painting as a Gujarati female with traditional rings and jewellery. The bangles, Saree and overall look is really fine.
As Lisa Devi
The Bihar avatar of the painting is another example of editing excellence. The flawless edits and cuts, make the mystical smiling lady into a simple and sober Bihar woman.
As Lisa Mausi
Depiction of the “Lisa Mausi” version of the lady from South Delhi, is really next level. The avatar is showcasing to the nines and sporting an iPhone, a luxury purse, and sunglasses.
As Lisa Mol
The Kerala version of the Italian lady is definitely a next level. The artist knows the social and fashion sense of Kerala, for sure. The white flowers in editing the hair style, is deeply associated with the culture.
As Lisa Tai
Lisa Tai from Maharashtra is an avatar which is planning to explore the beauty of flora and fauna of Deccan plateau area. Her attire and detailing is so fine that the avatar looks like a native of Maharashtra.
The Mona Lisa edits from these Instagram posts have gone viral on platforms like Twitter and Reddit where they are raking on thousands of likes.