World’s Largest 3D Painting of China

Nanjing of Jiangsu province in PR China is in the news these days for its art work ‘s  largest 3D  painting inaugurated on 11th June. It is exhibited at the Communication University of China, extending itself in an area of 2500 Sq. Meters with the length of 365 Meters. It is known as ‘ Rhythms of the Youth’.  The painting has two world records in theThe Guinness Book of Records . First, as the largest 3D painting. Second, the longest street art work. The odd thing about the artwork is that it looks distorted on the first impression but when viewed from a particular angle it gives the desired effect and is the best picture of its class. Screen shot 2014-06-19 at 6.34.33 PM

Photo source: Dainik Bhaskar

Anamorphic technology, initially the way of showing the work was used to attract the audience who were drifting away due to advent of TV.  The Anamorphic technology has been used to complete this work. This technique was developed after the end of the first world war.

The students’ team led by the famous  Chinese artist Yin Yong Chun, who achieved this feat in twenty days of hard labour. He told that this work was completed with strong desire and determination. He stressed the point that right from the dawn the team was out to start the work and worked until it was late evening. It was hard to tell tell what paint was being used in the morning and late night. The best of time, efforts and energy was put in to achieve the results.

This is not an ordinary work as it supports the view to raise issues related to Oppression of women’s rights the world over.  It is trending and bold expression of thought and action. 

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