Drummer Sridhar painted 181 faces on a liquor bottle. Read more about the feat here.
Raymond W. painted a portrait of Mahatma Gandhi measuring 0.8 cm in height and 0.8 cm in width.
Suvodeep Chatterjee created the 896 square feet, 35 feet by 25.6 feet, “Save The World”, a multi colored painting in acrylic paint, using only his mouth. Learn more about the feat here.
Emily Mcmanaman, a 4-year old girl, painted a rainbow in one minute
and 5.52 seconds.
Suzanne Kraus Mancuso painted 1,500 paintings of churches, temples and shrines.
Drummer Sridhar stacked 100 Horlicks containers and painted over an image of Thiruvalluvar, an Indian poet and philosopher. Read more about the feat here.
Brian Pankey bounced a tennis ball on the top of a spray paint can 1,026
The Kelowna Art Gallery displayed 4,154 submissions of landscape-based art, with each piece measuring 4x6". The submissions were displayed in the gallery in the exhibition, "Local Views to Make World News".
Hemanth Kumar Thunugunta created a painting of Lord Venkateshwara measuring two feet tall and four feet wide (8 square feet). He used a cone as a paintbrush, finishing the masterpiece within 24 hours.
Read more about the feat here.
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.
11 people stand in front of a Lichtenstein reproduction during a music
festival, a new world record. The feat was achieved at Coachella on
April 18, 2009.
Ty Conner and Thomas Gilmartin spray painted the number 9 157 times on a
rock. They painted on The Rock, a legendary rock on the University
of Tennessee campus.
James Hiram Malone painted 12-inch stripes on 33 trees. He used
acrylic paint to achieve the feat. Anyone attempting to beat this
feat must brush the trees by hand.
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
166 artists who attended the Saint Louis Art Fair painted on the
same canvas without using black. The finished piece was bought by Ale
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