Commercial Mona Lisa modifiers
Renaissance Roux: Anthropomorphic Classics. Joyce Haynes paints your pet as the Mona Lisa, and other famous works of art, like Ingres' Odalisque and Botticelli's Birth of Venus.
Mathematician Robert Bosch makes domino Mona Lisa portrait and other artworks using complete sets of dominoes. Article by Ivars Peterson, from Muse (September 2003).
Robert Bosch's Domino Artwork with the Mona Lisa and other portraitsall for sale.
Photomosaics by Rob Silvers. Includes a Mona Lisa photomosaic, apparently composed of other major works of art. The image is large, but you still can't see the photo-tesserae well.
"The Michelangelo of Lego" by Leander Kahney, Wired News (September 2000), on Harshbarger and his art. I particularly enjoyed this bit of dot-com insanity:
"His latest creation is a 35,000-piece Lego desk for a Seattle e-commerce company, which wanted the desk to lure a new employee it was keen to hire. The desk was even written into the worker's employment contract, Harshbarger said."
Since I know you want to know, here's Harshbarger's page on the desk. God, I want one too.
Mona Lisa stamps compiled by Victor Manta.
Everybody's Mona Lisa 1-6. Collages by Danny Dries. In a way, Dries is doing the same thing this site attempts to do.
Digital Mona Lisa. Not what you'd think, but a site about a version created in 1964 and representing the then-state-of-the-art. Gray density created by digits. Owner is trying to sell the image.
Computer History Museum, Mountain View, CA, has a page on their copy of the image.
Various GIF-animation versions by Ed Stephan.
"My Craft Showroom" offers Mona Lisa items, with animals added. . Where else can you get a t-shirt with one of three llamas to chose from, "or use your own llama photo" instead? Here's Mona Lisa with Dogs with over 100 different breeds!
Mona Lisa's Many Moods. More than a dozen variants, assembled by M. Schott.
Filling in the mouth and nose. Art project gave artists mouthless, noseless Mona Lisas and asked them to return them filled-in. The only one I could find online is this one by Colin Upton. Some info on the project is available on the official The City of Surrey website.
Highland, Indiana Scarecrow Contest, with a Mona Lisa scarecrow.
Susan Herbert's paintings, subbing cats into famous paintings. The Mona Lisa's there, of course, but I particularly liked versions of Ingres, Rossetti, ad others.
Classic paintings with a coke added in , a student project at the Fort McMurray Catholic Schools.
Fear and Loathing, including "Art History in Corporate-Sponsored Schools?" with a McDonald's-sponsored Mona Lisa and similar art.
Collections of others' work
Da Vinci stamps including Mona Lisas from Germany, France, and Albania.
Si la Joconde m'était contée... a wonderful collection of re-dos.
La Joconde au Museé de la Carte Postale. A wonderful collection of French postcard images.
"metafor gallery" Turkish site has lots of famous-art parodies, including some Mona Lisa ones.
Mona Lisa example from MacOSaiX, Mosaics for Mac OS X. One really cool feature: you can set it to draw the mosaic images from Google images.
Mona Lisa / Photoshop Tutorial by Pier Paolo Bortoluzzi, making a Keira Knightly Mona Lisa.
Transforming Mona Lisa from Art/Technology teacher Olejarz's, Eisenhower Middle School, Wyckoff, NJ. Some advice on how students can make their own Mona Lisa, and a wonderful gallery of student's work. Although none are technically superior, there's some real creativity in "Egyptian Mona" and others. Olejarz has similar projects on Munch's The Scream and Wood's American Gothic.