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The Original
Little did Leonardo know what he had wrought with this little painting of his.   Who was this Mona woman? And what is she smirking about?   We'll never know... Click on the pictures below to see a larger view.

 

Frankie... Many Monas Marcel's Mona...
Frank, the man...it's eerie how close the resemblance is. It's her eyes and cheekbones, but it somehow seems to fit. A wonderful collage by Paul Giovanopoulos from 1988. Click here to go to site and investigate his other works. Here's an attempt to improve on the original by Marcel Duchamp done in 1919.



God Save the Queen... She knows her bits from her bytes... Cereal Box Art...
You just can't pin this girl down... And of course our girl about town is internet ready and computer friendly. From one cereal box or another.



Mona Lizard Here Kitty, Kitty... The eyes have it...
Ah, evolution what a wonderful concept. Meow, meow, meow. I see you....



Merry Christmas! Gotta tissue? Ante up!
Ho, ho ho. So, just who is she baiting with that mistletoe? Even the best of us can come down with a mean case of the sniffles. Mona and her little known sisters get in a round of "jacks or better" between sittings.



...like a natural woman... No comment Mona Bell?
Mona the tart ready for a night on the town. Or maybe even her own TV show. One of the scariest images I've found. I wonder if she would have just said no to Leonardo? And of course a cell phone is necessary when you're stuck posing for hours on end. How about callin' out for a pizza?



Ah yes...flacid yet tepid... Goodbye Norma Jean... Beam me up Lenny...
In a more relaxed mood Mona enjoys a glass of chianti. The shades go to show that she was hip before her time. A clever meld by artist Ron Keas. Stop by his site for more interesting Monroe images. To go where nobody ain't gone afore ya....



Happy, happy birthday baby...

Ever the party girl and always one for fun.    



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