Students and staff of the ARJ Polytechnic College in Mannargudi, India created a seed mosaic measuring 240 square meters.
They used a total of 1,627 kg of seeds to create the piece. The mosaic was completed in two hours, 10 minutes and carries the message of power saving.
A. Divakar from SPK Schools in Namakkal, India created a seed mosaic measuring five meters wide and 24 meters long. Dr. S. Prabu Kumar, chairman of the school institution, organized the record.
Paul Sisko created a Slinky sculpture measuring 50 feet long and six feet high. It has 14 spiral rings and is currently on display as an outside sculpture at DeSales University at Center Valley, Pennsylvania.
N. Karthik from SPK Schools in Namakkal, India created a spin wheel toy mosaic measuring five meters wide and five meters long. Dr. S.Prabu Kumar, chairman of the school institution, organized the record.
J.Jacob Gnanaselvan created the largest sticker bindi.eye portrait. The piece measures 13,920 square centimeters and Gnanaselvan used 20,255 sticker bindi to create the unique portrait.
S. Praveen from SPK Schools in Namakkal, India created a straw mosaic measuring eight meters wide and six meters long. Dr. S.Prabu Kumar, chairman of the school institution, organized the record.
C. Kausik from SPK Schools in Namakkal, India created a thumbprint painting measuring 10 meters wide and 10 meters long. Dr. S.Prabu Kumar, chairman of the school institution, organized the record.
Simon Jansen made an ASCII animation (ASCIImation) film of the
scenes fromStar Wars: Episode IVthat was 18 minutes and 30 seconds
Artist Bari Benson created a ceramic chain measuring 75 feet and 4
inches in length. The chain is made solely of fired ceramic and a
sprayed unfired glaze.
Photo credit Martin B Cherry and Chris Huntemann
David Hammel and his students made a chain of clay measuring 1,613 inches (134.41 feet) in length.
Richard Francis and the KBOO Community put together a 101 hour-long
program featuring recordings and re-creations of Dada and
Surrealist life, events, and art.
Read more about it here.
Nine people participated in a 900-meter exquisite corpse relay race,
a new world record. The first participant ran 100 meters and drew part
of a person on their t-shirt. The shirt was then transferred to the next
relay member, who put it on and added to the first person’s drawing
while running. This was done repeatedly, with each person running 100
meters, until the drawing of the person was complete.
The record was set on June 17, 2009 in Indianapolis, Indiana. The relay
participants were Jessica Dunn, Lindsay Gerlach, Courtney Hacker,
Flounder Lee, Paul Miller, Kurt Nettleton, Kyle Channing Smith, Victoria
Son and Courtney Ware. Lamar Richcreek was present as a witness.
Art Hoffman’s vintage 1940s female pin-up tie measures 55 1/2" from
end to end. The female figure appears hidden at the bottom of the tie
until the flap is opened.
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.
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