11 Dec 2013

12.3m Wooden Sculpture

Chinese Sculptor Zheng Chunhui creates the longest wooden sculpture ever recorded, it measures 12.286m by 3.075m high by 2.401m wide (40.3 x 10 x 7.8 feet).  It took the sculptor over four years to complete this colossal piece of work that originates from a single tree trunk.  The sculpture is the representation of a famous Chinese painting called "Along the River During the Qingming Festival" painted over 900 years ago.  Via Ecns.  Once in the article you can enlarge the image by pressing it (not the first one).

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