A wooden sculpture, featuring the famous painting Along the River During the Qingming Festival in China, succeeds in creating a new Guinness World Record – “the world’s longest wooden sculpture” – on November 14, 2013. Chinese artist Zheng Chunhui spent four years creating the sculpture, which is 12.286 meters long, 3.075 meters high and 2.401 meters wide.
Jay Ohrberg, a unique member of the Hollywood community, is unsurpassed in the fields of automotive design and craftsmanship. He has created some of the most famous and spectacular vehicles on the large and small screens alike. Additionally, he has earned the title “The King of Show Cars” for his abilities as an experimental builder and imaginative designer of specialty show cars. Jay is also a preeminent collector of the cars that inspired him in his own career.
A Bucharest(Romania) Sun Plaza shopping center has made it into the Guinness Book of World Records with the world’s largest Christmas light installation in a closed arena. Bucharest’s Sun Plaza mall which opened in February this year, reached a world record by lighting 449.658 Christmas lights. The installation includes more than 500 lights curtains, as well as 40 Christmas trees with 2,400 leds, along with 120 lights garlands along the escalators in the shopping mall. The previous record was of […]
Children in the Chilean capital, Santiago, claimed a new world record on Saturday. With a little help from adults and a large crane, they spent three days building what’s claimed to be the world’s tallest LEGO tower using interlocking plastic LEGO bricks. The organisers said the structure topped the previous record of 30.76 metres (101 feet), set last August in Duisberg, Germany, by about a fraction of a metre at 31 metres (101 feet, 8 inches).