The bronze statue of the Mona Lisa will be displayed in a museum in Bristol, but in a different version
A statue inspired by the work of Leonardo da Vinci Mona Lisa has been displayed in a Bristol museum.
The 260 kg 3D bronze sculpture created by artist Nick Walker will be displayed on M Shed and is called 'Moona Lisa'.
Walker created the sculpture in response to a challenge from other artist Banksy, who said nothing could be done with the Mona Lisa anymore.
To create the 3D part, a platform consisting of 160 DSLR cameras was built which captured a 360 image of a live model dressed as the Moona Lisa.
From this image a digital model was created which was then used as a mold for the final bronze sculpture.
Coming out of the infamous early 1980s scene in Bristol, Walker has become one of the biggest names in street art.
The Moona Lisa will be on the show for six weeks until October 31st.