Raymond W. painted a portrait of Mahatma Gandhi measuring 0.8 cm in height and 0.8 cm in width.
Yuktha created a sculpture of a coconut tree on a chalk pencil that measured one square centimeter.
Khagendra Thapa Magar, only 22 inches tall, removed a sword from sword
swallower Dan Meyer’s throat.
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John Putnam owns four matchbooks that are each 27/32" in length, 7/16"
in height and 21/32" in width.
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Yuktha created a Fountain of Horses sculpture on a chalk pencil measuring 2.7 centimeters in length.
Rika K. made a 3D origami swan 2.5 centimeters in length.
Sujit Das created a painting measuring 4 centimeters in length and 3.5 centimeters in width.
David K. made a balloon animal measuring 8.5 centimeters wide and 9.5 centimeters high.
Dinesh Shivnath Upadhyaya gave a bank demand draft to his younger brother, Manish Upadhyaya, on his birthday on January 10, 2012. The demand draft was in the amount of 00.01 Indian rupee. It was drawn in favor of his brother's company "Unimax Facility Management Services". He paid 25 Indian rupees as a commission to the bank to get the demand draft.
State Bank of India issued a banker’s cheque in the amount of 0.01 Indian rupee to Dinesh Upadhyaya on December 30, 2011 after a four-month legal correspondence with bank officials. He gave the draft as a gift to his brother on his birthday. It was drawn in favor of his brother's company "Unimax Facility Management Services". He paid 25 Indian rupees as a commission to the bank to get the banker's cheque.
Dinesh Upadhyaya received a bill of 0.02 Indian Rupees for using 0.33 seconds of mobile phone internet service.
Nateandsam Zam owns a broken violin measuring 1.5 inches by 2.7 inches.
Bennett Wilson built a catapult 12 cm long x 8.6 cm wide x 13 cm
tall which is 341.6 cubic centimeters in size for Boost Mobile, done
in a partnership with CollegeHumor.
Yogesh Barnela folded a cootie catcher, also known as a paper fortune teller, that measured 1 millimeter across.
Michelle S. created a cross stitch design 12 millimeters wide and put it inside a small bottle.
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