Artist Creates World’s Biggest Drawing Using GPS

World's Biggest Drawing

Artist Erik Nordenakar wanted to create something unique, the world’s biggest drawing. How did he do it? He traveled all around the world, carrying a GPS-enabled briefcase, to draw his self-portrait on a map of the world. After 55 days, he came back home and used the GPS data to finish his masterpiece. His trip brought him through 6 continents and 62 countries, covering around 70,000 miles. Video after the break.

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12 Responses to Artist Creates World’s Biggest Drawing Using GPS

  1. is he actually that rich to have airplanes fly in circles in the middle of nowhere?

    DHL aren't all that reliable, they have a hard time delivering a package from door to door, I don't know how they followed his coordinates so precisely :P

  2. is he actually that rich to have airplanes fly in circles in the middle of nowhere?

    DHL aren’t all that reliable, they have a hard time delivering a package from door to door, I don’t know how they followed his coordinates so precisely :P

  3. My friend, LostBob, who is a telecom engineer, sent me an email detailing how it would be impossible to do this the way it was described. Anyony can doodle on a may. I am shocked at the stupidy of the geedsaresexy authors.

  4. My friend, LostBob, who is a telecom engineer, sent me an email detailing how it would be impossible to do this the way it was described. Anyony can doodle on a may. I am shocked at the stupidy of the geedsaresexy authors.

  5. My friend, LostBob, who is a telecom engineer, sent me an email detailing how it would be impossible to do this the way it was described. Anyony can doodle on a may. I am shocked at the stupidy of the geedsaresexy authors.

  6. My friend, LostBob, who is a telecom engineer, sent me an email detailing how it would be impossible to do this the way it was described. Anyony can doodle on a may. I am shocked at the stupidy of the geedsaresexy authors.