Wedge, a Detroit-based design firm, created a hopscotch course measuring 3.75 miles in length. They set the record in collaboration with Imagine Detroit Together, in partnership with the Detroit Design Festival, and with help from over 100 Detroiters from ages four to seventy-four. The course was displayed around midtown and downtown Detroit for those looking to get hoppy. Read more about the feat here.
Rajesh, a Sydney-based photographer and cinematographer, took eight hours to capture portraits of 1,010 individuals. He set the record during the India-Australia Friendship Fair in Sydney, Australia.
Vivek K. constructed a miniature bridge made out of popsicle sticks. The bridge measures 140 feet long. It took him nine days to create the entire bridge and he used a total of 35,000 sticks and 150 char papers.
Hundreds of Bostonianscolored a JetBlue airplane illustration
non-stop for 4 hours. They began drawing at 10AM and kept at it until
The record was set on Thursday June 10, 2010 at the JetBlue‘Nonstop
Nonstops’ World Record Event in Boston’s Copley Square, held in
Gurmej Singh created "The Transcendental," a 3444.91-meter (11,302 feet, 2.11 inches) long painting. He set the record to raise awareness about liberty, well-being, and the role of women in society.
It took Singh 38 days to finish the whole masterpiece. The painting was displayed on the bank of the Grand Rapids River in Michigan, USA.
Jack Cairns and Callum Marson made a paper snowman chain 17 feet long.
Ko’s intricate balloon sculpture resembling a woman with blond pigtails
elicited 134 “wows”.
900 artists contributed 1269 unique drawings en route to setting a
record for most artists involved in a group art project. About the
Marsha drew attention from the haberdashery world by attaching six baby
ostrich eggs to her hat.
Mike Hedge took 807 Bokeh photographs. See all photos here.
Bariyah Faisal wrote two unpublished books entitled "Vision" and "Shadows of the Past" at the age of thirteen.
James Tazioli flashed 750 "Cardistry" photographs in two minutes.
With speed and zeal, Schwaggy created four unique caricatures on a
Joe Bricker drew 15 cats in one minute. He drew a total of 16 cats but
the last attempt did not fall inside the one minute mark.
Eric Harmon's friend drew 313 cats on his hand.
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