Chris Horng used 66 crayon colors in 30 seconds in his self-portrait.
Stride’s setting 100 records in 100 days. At the end of 100 days, we’ll
verify if you are the standing Record Holder. If you are, you’ll get
$500 for each record you managed to hold with your guile, talent, and
General caution and common sense required. We show the Stride Team at
work, but recommend that these challenges be done at home.
Ty drew 56 smiley faces in one minute.
Yuktha created a Fountain of Horses sculpture on a chalk pencil measuring 2.7 centimeters in length.
Doug McManaman made a snowman 1 1/8" inches in height.
Yogesh Barnela made a spinning wheel measuring six millimeters length,seven millimeters width, 5.5 millimeters height and weighs 60 milligrams using matchstick, broomstick, steel wire, plastic wire, and thread. He took four days to create this spinning wheel.
Eric Harmon's friend drew 313 cats on his hand.
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.
Anthony W. drew 10,231 stick figures on one sheet of paper.
Atifa S. drew 96 hearts in one minute.
Varun K. drew 90 triangles in 30 seconds.
Tai Star carved 66 digits of Pi into a pumpkin. He named the resulting Jack-o-Lantern "Pumpkin Pi."
Emily Mcmanaman, a 4-year old girl, painted a rainbow in one minute
and 5.52 seconds.
Matthew D. drew three houses on sticky notes in 9.82 seconds.
Nick Stoeberl painted a beaver on a canvas using his tongue. The painting measures 24 inches in width and 36 inches in height.
Rahul M. drew 95 hearts in one minute while singing.
Jireh A. drew five screaming faces in 4.80 seconds.
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