World's largest and longest 3D street painting which occupies an area of 2737.5 square meters made its debut in Nanjing, capital of Jiangsu Province on June 11, 2014.

World's largest and longest 3D street painting which occupies an area of 2737.5 square meters made its debut in Nanjing, capital of Jiangsu Province on June 11, 2014.

World's largest and longest 3D street painting which occupies an area of 2737.5 square meters made its debut in Nanjing, capital of Jiangsu Province on June 11, 2014.

See the Largest, Longest 3-D Street Painting Of All Time

A team led by Chinese artist Yang Yongchun assembled the Guinness World Record-breaking largest, longest 3-D street painting. This thing is enormous.

Some of the best street art actually occurs on the streets themselves, and a new example from China is taking this phenomenon to extremes.

A team led by renowned Chinese artist Yang Yongchun recently helped assemble the world’s largest and longest 3-D street painting. Surely you're aware of the typical 3-D street paintings that make it appear as though whoever is walking upon them is defying gravity in any number of interesting ways. Picture that but blown up to nearly a quarter mile, and covering over 26,910 square feet, and you're there. The Guinness World Record-breaking "Rhythms of Youth" took 20 days to complete on the campus of the Communication University of China, and it depicts a netherworld of tall buildings and narrow mountains just beneath the surface.

The anamorphic art is meant to be viewed from a specific perspective, but from just about any perspective, it's friggin' huge.

H/t to Oddity Central

[Photo by CFP]

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