Thomas Pavitte is a Melbourne-based designer who spent more than nine tedious hours connecting the dots to a drawing with more than 6,239 dots that he created himself. When Pavitte discovered that there wasn’t a world record set for the largest connect-the-dots drawing, he decided to set the record himself. The completed image revealed an abstract drawing of the Mona Lisa. Pavitte documented his process and condensed all 570 minutes of his connect-the-dot-ing into a 3:50 time lapse. He used different colours for some dots in an effort to help himself recognize which dot was the last drawn. This project is documented as an unofficial world record for the most complex dot-to-dot drawing. Our favourite part? The artist included his signature in the last few dots.