HAHAHA! Oh man. If you read anything from me today let it be this!!
So, to sum it up. These kids at a graphic arts technical school are trying to beat an official Guinness World Record titled “Longest Graffiti Scroll”. You can get information about it here.
Anyways, I wonder if they know about SABER’s Unofficial World Record for the World’s Largest Graffiti Piece, measuring a staggering 250′ x 55′ (nearly the size of a football field) and took 125 gallons of latex roller paint to complete. Even though SABER’s piece isn’t in the Guinness World Records it definitely should be mentioned when talking about largest graffiti anything!
In closing, I propose that SABER’s masterpiece be nominated for what it deserves!
Bergen County Technical High School students will continue trying today to break the Guinness world record for the longest graffiti scroll.
The graphic design students from the school’s Paramus campus began spray-painting messages and quotes about safe teenage driving Thursday on paper scrolls. Their goal is to paint the graffiti on at least 2,000 feet of the paper.
A selection of messages has been chosen, including “Trustworthiness — No Drinking and Driving” and “Did you know that car accidents are the leading cause of deaths in our age bracket?”
But by day’s end, the students were still a bit short, reaching 1,500 feet, said teacher Karen Waller.
Disappointment set in when the 18 students thought they’d failed to beat the 1,858-foot-long record set in June by Procter & Gamble Balkans in Bucharest, Romania, she said.
Waller researched the Guinness rules, though, and determined “there’s nothing that says we can’t do it over the course of two days.”
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