Siva Pamarthi created a sculpture of a woman and fish from pencil lead that measured 3.10 millimeters in height.
Siva Pamarthi created a sculpture of a breastfeeding mother on a piece of soap that measured 7.9 centimeters in height.
Siva Pamarthi created a sculpture of the Hindu God Venkanna on a pencil lead that measured 12 millimeters in height.
Nick Stoeberl painted a replica of the Eiffel Tower on a canvas using only his tongue. The painting measures 10 inches in width and 30 inches in height.
He set the record to raise money for French Red Cross after terrorist attacks struck Paris, France. See all his paintings here.
Sandeep Sinha painted 945 miniature paintings in a single canvas. Each miniature painting measures 1cm x 1cm.
Gattem V. sculpted a replica of Empire State Building on a toothpick that measures 1.6 centimeters in height.
Mika S. drew 1,750 stickmen in two minutes.
Yuktha M. created a rhinoceros figurine made entirely of chalk measuring only 0.27 inch (7 mm) in length.
Yuktha M. created a sculpture of the Indian goddess Durga on a chalk pencil that measured 0.39 inch (1 cm) in height.
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.
Five students from SPK Schools in Namakkal, India created a paper cup mosaic measuring 12 meters wide and 12 meters long. Dr. S.Prabu Kumar, chairman of the school institution, organized the record.
Dilip Gude, a post-graduate in medicine, has written in a total of 83 publications. See full list of publications here.
Todd Lamb drew a person of someone with dwarfism measuring 10 feet, 8.25 inches in height. The illustration included boots with heels, but measurement was taken from the soles of the person's feet to the top of his head.
Lamb completed the achievement on March 25, 2009 at a World Record
Appreciation Society gathering in New York City. He drew using a
Sharpie marker. Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson were present to
witness and measure the drawing.
Darryl Learie built an ice sculpture 21 feet and 6 inches (6.67 meters)
in height. The measurement was taken from the ground level to the top of
Suzanne Kraus Mancuso painted 1,500 paintings of churches, temples and shrines.
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.
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