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.
A member of the MacDonald House drew five screaming faces in 5.53 seconds.
Vivek K. constructed a replica of the Leaning Tower of Pisa using 2,000 popsicle sticks. He used other materials including card boards, Fevicol, and chart papers to complete the construction. The tower measures 2.5 meters in height. It took Vivek six days to complete the entire replica.
Sirajudeen Kamal Batcha created 109 consecutive mirror carvings in 58 days. He set the record as a project to carve the names of Allah and Kufi Khat as artworks. All carvings were completed by hand.
Delwin Cheah, a nine-year-old savant artist, held a solo exhibition in Penang, Malaysia featuring over 70 of his own original artworks.
Delwin was diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome. He started to draw at the age of three and has a passion for drawing animals.
Suzanne Kraus Mancuso painted 1,500 paintings of churches, temples and shrines.
Raymond W. painted a portrait of Mahatma Gandhi measuring 0.8 cm in height and 0.8 cm in width.
BV Panduranga Rao, a cartoonist in Bangalore, India, created a flip book measuring 0.4 centimeter wide and 1.2 centimeters long.
The book showed a stick figure playing cricket. It has a total of 44 pages and took Rao four days to complete.
Rhiannon drew 41 chicken faces in one minute.
BV Panduranga Rao, a cartoonist from Bangalore, India, made a calendar showing drawings about environmental awareness. It measures 50 inches long and 30.5 inches wide. The illustrations were all hand-drawn. He set the record to engage students and communities to take care of the environment.
Lily D. drew 48 fish in one minute.
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.
Chandru made a portrait of Mahakavi Subramania Bharathiyar that measured five feet in height and five feet in width using cassette tape reels.
Yuktha created a Fountain of Horses sculpture on a chalk pencil measuring 2.7 centimeters in length.
Yuktha created a sculpture of a coconut tree on a chalk pencil that measured one square centimeter.
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