Pang Sze Tai ( born on July 11, 1987) of Magic Art Center, Hong Kong, China, made biggest (8meter) Balloon Christmas Wreath, by using more than 10,000 balloons at MegaBox shopping mall, Hong Kong on December 22, 2016.
Neelu Patel (born on October 1, 1973) of Ahmadabad, Gujarat, India, created paper pot of most height (16ft) and diameter 6ft by using 5,950 paper sticks, on October 30, 2015.
Sathar Adhoor (born on January 27, 1977) of Kerala, India, created a book titled ‘ONE’ of dimensions 1cm X 1cm X 4mm containing poems in 66 languages including Hebrew, Bengali, Armenian, Chinese, Georgian, Azerbaijani, etc.
P. R. Rajagopala Krishnan (born on March 20, 1970) of Palakkad, Kerala, India, created a 9.5ft tall structure of elephant titled ‘Gajakesari Ramanandan (Gajasilpam)’ using shilp art, at Navaratri Ekadasi Day, on October 18, 2010.
TH Milk Food Joint Stock Company, Nghe An Province, Vietnam, is the biggest centralized dairy farm with Hi – Tech applications, as on February 10, 2015.
Abin Alex (born on March 6, 1981) along with 13 team members from Creative Hut Institute of Photography, Kerala, India, created the biggest wheel(diameter 7ft), featuring the history, innovations, legends and processes of photography, on September 20, 2014.
Tan Lily (born on April 6, 1969) of Singapore, along with 35 talented balloon artists from East Asia, created a tallest balloon sculpture using most balloons(80,000) on the theme ‘PIRATE SHIP IN MOST EXOTIC PLACES’ measuring 23m X 8m and 12.5 tall, on March 21, 2014. It took over 30 hours to inflate.
Global Advertisers, Mumbai, India, made the biggest hoarding with the dimensions 16800 sq feet of area, at Bandra, Mumbai, which is raised by JSRM Media, a sister concern of Global Advertisers, on January 24, 2014.
The largest seafood table measured 777m (2549 ft 2.5 in) and was achieved by Pepsico- International (Viet Nam) at Vung Tau beach, Ba Ria – Vung Tau province, Vietnam on July 5, 2014. It had 7 units each of 111m in the shape of digit 7 and 7 types of sea food was served to […]
Rajesh Pentakota (born on July 17, 1972) of Visakhapatnam, India, created the tallest Homo Sapien (6ft) using clay, wood, electrical motors and electrical devices, as per guidelines of Doctors and Teachers, on April 30, 2013. Homo Sapien is a working model of human body displaying blood circulation.