Drummer Sridhar painted 181 faces on a liquor bottle. Read more about the feat here.
Mark Evans bounced a tennis ball on the top of a spray paint can 1,108 times.
Raymond W. painted a portrait of Mahatma Gandhi measuring 0.8 cm in height and 0.8 cm in width.
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.
Emily Mcmanaman, a 4-year old girl, painted a rainbow in one minute
and 5.52 seconds.
Suzanne Kraus Mancuso painted 1,500 paintings of churches, temples and shrines.
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".
Drummer Sridhar stacked 100 Horlicks containers and painted over an image of Thiruvalluvar, an Indian poet and philosopher. Read more about the feat here.
G.F. Thaha Azarudeen of the ARJ Group of Institutions in Mannargudi, India created a handprint painting measuring 230.88 square meters.
He used a total of 366 liters of emulsion paints and completed the painting in 11 hours, 20 minutes with the concept "Donate Organ, Donate Lift".
Students and staff of the ARJ Group of Institutions in Mannargudi, India created a painting using footprints measuring 1,600 square meters.
They used a total of 1,115 liters of emulsion paints to create the painting with the message "Donate Blood, Save Life".
As part of the "Dream Big - Read" summer reading program, Ingvild Herfindahl and her friends from Kasson Public Library blow-painted 160 dandelions on a table.
Parijoy Saha completed 51 paintings in 35 minutes using his bare hands. Read more about the feat here.
Sujit Das built a paintbrush measuring 28 feet in length, 4.40 feet in breadth, and 22 kilograms in weight.
He used the brush to paint portraits of Mahatma Gandhi, Sahid Bhagat Singh, and Bishna Prasad Rabha at Govt. Boys High School in Nagaon, India.
Parijoy Saha painted an abstract work of art using his bare hands in 0.92 of a second.
Sujit Das created a painting measuring 4 centimeters in length and 3.5 centimeters in width.
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