This unusual portrait of Queen Elizabeth – the most depicted person in all of human history – with her eyes shut came about during a grueling hourlong session in 2004 with "light artist" Chris Levine who was shooting a life-size hologram of Her Majesty that's included in the 2012 exhibition "The Queen: Art & Image" at the National Portrait Gallery in London. In two sittings at Buckingham Palace, Levine took over 10,000 images and 3D data-sets in which the queen was required to sit motionless for a series of eight-second exposures. During one break, Liz grabbed a little shuteye. Snap! Incidentally, the queen, who is the only British monarch to celebrate silver, golden, and diamond jubilees, is wearing the Diamond Diadem, created for George IV and worn by Her Majesty for the procession at her coronation in 1953.