Guinness World Record for Largest 3D Street Art

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It doesn’t matter what type of event you are discussing, there is somebody that is going to do it bigger, better or faster. Many people strive to be the best at what they do but they may end up falling short of the mark. At some point or another, however, you will reach the top and then you may just be a world record holder. That is what happened with this impressive street art project.

It took place back in November 2011 when London based street artists ‘3D Joe and Max’ teamed up with Reebok CrossFit. They started to put together the street art project at West India Quays, Canary Warf, in London. By the time they were done, they had covered a huge area of 1,160.4 sq meters and it was verified by a representative from Guinness. It is most impressive and quite a treat for the eyes.

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One of the nice parts of this street art project is that it involved more than just the artists. In many cases, the public can look at the art but they must do so at a distance. With this project, they were able to take part in it, and in effect, became part of the record.

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