Athletes may have practiced for years in anticipation for the upcoming London Olympics 2012. But they are not the only ones getting ready to set a world record. Clare Newton, a talented London Artist is also preparing to set a record in creating the world’s largest photograph in line for the London Olympics this year.
This attempt has already took her almost two years with thousands of people of all ages involved who are living in London. She has stringed over 109,000 images of jumping images of people into a giant panorama photograph that stretches almost a mile.
Clare Newton was delighted to meet so many people from all walks of life in the 87 events she organized all over London to encourage participants for her world record masterpiece. She said the experiencing was interesting as she tried to capture different people’s personalities as they spring into the air and seem to discover that the real person lights up in the photo.
The image shall be displayed at ExCel London from June 1-9, 2012. The representatives for the Guinness World Records will be judging the record on June 8. This seems to be a brilliant way of celebrating the London Olympics 2012. The work of art may truly represent the soaring spirit of the Olympic Games.