Atmakuru Ramakrishna, an innovation artist, used his fingers and
hands as tools to paint 100 landscapes in a record 13 hours, 26 minutes.
The paintings use oil medium and were painted on 100 12" x 16" stretched
canvases. The record was set at the Indian Institute of Science
campus on May 20, 2010.
K. Sri Kanth put classical dance make-up on 100 different artists in 100
Julian Ruck organized a concert that lasted 16 days. The concert was held by local musicians and performers at The Down Lo Bar in Chico, California. Learn more about the feat here.
Kate Lawler introduced and back-announced 17 songs in 30 seconds.
Gurmej Singh created "The Transcendental," a 3444.91-meter (11,302 feet, 2.11 inches) long painting. He set the record to raise awareness about liberty, well-being, and the role of women in society.
It took Singh 38 days to finish the whole masterpiece. The painting was displayed on the bank of the Grand Rapids River in Michigan, USA.
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.
Vakhtang "Vato" Abashidze of the Georgian Records Federation created 5,383 sketches. He set the record to celebrate Wassily Kandinsky's birthday. See more of Abashidze's creations here.
Vakhtang "Vato" Abashidze of the Georgian Records Federation created 10,000 abstract images in digital format. He set the record to celebrate Wassily Kandinsky's birthday. See more of Abashidze's creations here.
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