Scientists and theologians have had a mystery on their hands for the last few days, after it was discovered that there were tiny letters and numbers in the eyes of Leonardo Da Vinci's, Mona Lisa. The letters were undiscerning to the naked eye but under high magnification were clearly visible.
A notorious Los Angeles tagger named, Chaka, came forward to claim the work as his own. Chaka, was sought after by police for tagging over 10,000 illegal surfaces in and around the Los Angeles area. Chaka told me in confidence it was more like 40,000 illegal surfaces.
Chaka, told me he is the one responsible for the letters and numbers in the iris's of the Mona Lisa. "I was at the Louvre Museum when it struck me, my masterpiece would go down in history with Da Vinci. So I manufactured fake 500 year old paint and wrote really small grafitti letters and numbers, it was hard".
Chaka claims the letters and numbers spell out MS 18, a mexican street gang that is spreading across America like wild fire.
There are around 200 separate individual gangs operating under the same label within barrios in the San Fernando Valley, the San Gabriel Valley, the South Bay, South Los Angeles, Downtown Los Angeles, Pico Union, Inglewood, Cudahy, and Orange County, according to the latest claims from the NDIC
Chaka has many friends in the 18th street gang and was paying homage to the organization.
So, Chaka will go down in the annals of history as the worlds best tagger, bar none. He may get into Guinness Worlds Records, as the worlds smallest spray painter.
From Sunset and Vine
Buck E Filbert
"Art is never finished, only abandoned."
Leonardo da Vinci