Atmakuru Ramakrishna, an innovation artist, used his fingers and
hands as tools to paint 100 landscapes in a record 13 hours, 26 minutes.
The paintings use oil medium and were painted on 100 12" x 16" stretched
canvases. The record was set at the Indian Institute of Science
campus on May 20, 2010.
Micro-tip painter Shaik Ameerjan created 63 paintings of India's national heroes on tamarind seeds. The seeds average 168 square millimeters in size. The painting marathon lasted six hours, 12 minutes. He set the record to celebrate India's 63rd Republic Day.
James Hiram Malone painted a wildflower on a tree measuring
eight feet in height. The measurement was taken from the base of the
stem to the top point of the highest petal. Anyone attempting to beat
this feat must paint the flower by hand. Toxic paints should not be