Jon Chonko has 95 scanned images of sandwiches on a website, a world
record. The images live on a site he created, scanwiches.com.
Chonko began the project in his New York City office on November 13,
2008, and continues adding images to this day. He uses a
Scanjet 4570c scanner to make the scans.
Dan Wiese displayed 92 images of John Stamos’ Uncle Jesse character
from Full House in his internet browser at once.
Peter Craig uploaded an image file to urdb.org only 35 bytes in size.
Matthew Nunnery and his sister Katie decorated a cookie with a single
image of basketball player Charles Barkley.
Drummer Sridhar stacked 100 Horlicks containers and painted over an image of Thiruvalluvar, an Indian poet and philosopher. Read more about the feat here.
During their ceremony held at The Times Center in New York City, The Shorty Awards projected an animated GIF measuring 288 square feet.
The GIF, created by Shorty Awards cofounder and Sawhorse Media CTO Lee Semel, featured the "Shorty Whale", designed by Yiying Lu. Lu also designed the original and iconic "Fail Whale." Read more about the project here, and see the GIF in action here.
Sirajudeen K. carved an image in a piece of mirror in 57.46 seconds.
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.
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.
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