X

This website uses cookies.

This website uses cookies to improve user experience. By using our website you consent to all cookies in accordance with our Cookie Policy.

I agree
Learn More
Great Geek Gifts in the Technabob Shop!Get Technabob Daily: Join our Mailing List! | Follow Us: Facebook | Twitter
Awesomer Media Sites: THE AWESOMER | MIGHTYMEGA | 95OCTANE
subscribe to our rss feedsubscribe via e-mailfollow technabob on twittertechnabob facebook fan pageGoogle+follow us in feedly
Follow Us:
Cool Gadgets, Gizmos, Games and Geek Stuff on Technabob

What Do the Mona Lisa and Star Trek have in Common?

by Paul Strauss
Advertisement

Two random images I found on the web today while searching for something totally unrelated…

mona_lisa_star_trek_klingon

Surprisingly, FederationLisa and KlingonLisa were created by two entirely different people, probably on opposite sides of the globe (or the universe). And most definitely, it was not the guy who created this masterpiece:

mona_leia_by_jim_hance

[via Fanpop and StrangelyDrawn]

Hot Deals in the Technabob Shop:
No items found.



Comments are closed for posts older than 90 days.

Comments (1):

  1. Murdock Scott says:

    “Red Shirt Mona Lisa” was created as an to illustrate a post dealing with the future of creativity on my blog. After I made the post, I uploaded the image it to my flickr account to see if it would entertain anyone. I have enjoyed watching my modest little manipulation travel far and wide.

More from Awesomer Media...

theawesomer logo
Pokémon Invasion Monrovia Animated We’re Not Gonna Take It Unicycle on a Chimney 95octane logo
Roborace DevBot Self-driving Race Car Test Mule Breaks Cover Tesla Model S P100D Does 0 to 60 in 2.5 Seconds Nissan and Lucasfilm Tie up for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story Mazda Miata and F1 Mashup Results in Ultimate Track Day Car mightymega logo
Threezero Game of Thrones Sandor Clegane 1/6 Scale Action Figure Blackbox H.R. Giger 1/6 Scale Action Figure Hot Toys Star Wars Stormtrooper Finn 1/6 Scale Action Figure William Shatner Apologizes for Star Trek V
Advertisement