What makes a person want to make an insanely complicated connect-the-dot poster? Glory! Artist Thomas Pavitt created this 6,239 dot recreation of the Mona Lisa to set a world record. A record that he might be the first to hold.

The whole thing took a whopping nine hours and 15 minutes to complete. You can see his triumph stance at the end of the video. Someone needs to call the Guinness people. My only question is how long did it taken to map out all those dots to begin with? [Geekosystem]