Venkata Chary Chintapatla has created works of line script art in eight
The style of art, which Chintapatla claims to have invented himself,
appears upon first glance to be nothing more than a picture made of
random vertical lines. When the artworks are viewed from 45 degrees,
however, specific words and letters from various languages become
Read more aboutChintapatla’s projecthere.
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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
Dilip Gude, a post-graduate in medicine, has written in a total of 83 publications. See full list of publications here.
Sarah Campanilla drew an animé-style face in 10.48 seconds.
Salena drew 75 hearts in one minute while singing.
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".
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.
Patrick Young has a tattoo of a dog screwing a cat..
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Emily Mcmanaman, a 4-year old girl, painted a rainbow in one minute
and 5.52 seconds.
Yuktha M. created a sculpture of the Indian goddess Durga on a chalk pencil that measured 0.39 inch (1 cm) in height.
Yuktha M. created a rhinoceros figurine made entirely of chalk measuring only 0.27 inch (7 mm) in length.
Suzanne Kraus Mancuso painted 1,500 paintings of churches, temples and shrines.
Indu Rawal used 5,000 pins to create an image of Lord Ganesha.
Students and staff of the ARJ Group of Institutions in Mannargudi, India created a salt mosaic measuring 20 meters in width and 30 meters in length.
They used a total of 7,050 kg of salt and 405 kg of colour powder. The mosaic reflected a logo with a concept "Save Water for Future".
Students and staff of the ARJ College of Engineering and Technology in Mannargudi, India created a mosaic out of buttons measuring 88 square meters.
They used a total of 900,288 buttons. The mosaic was completed in 11 hours, 30 minutes and carries the message of global warming prevention.
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