The Largest Calligraphy Work in the World Created in Moscow, Russia
In the end of September, 2015 one of the roofs of what many years ago was a chocolate factory was covered by 1625 square meters of graffiti (that’s more than 17,000 square foot).
Calligraphy artist Pokras Lampas, best known for his Calligraphy on Girls project, has spent two days and used 730 liters of paint to create a piece of art that may be the largest calligraphy artwork ever made. The project was supported by Panasonic and Smokin’ Heroes.
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