Reebok CrossFit and 3D Joe & Max Set a Guinness World Record

By: Katherine Vong - Published: Nov 20, 2011 • References: facebook & popsop
London's Canary Wharf has been turned into the world's longest and largest 3D painting, thanks to Reebok CrossFit and street artists 3D Joe & Max.

Reebok and CrossFit (a developer of multifunctional fitness programs) have joined forces to create this massive 3D masterpiece, which measures 1,160.4 by 106.5 meters, beating the previous record-setting, 892.15-square-meter painting by Qi Xinghua. This amazing interactive 3D artwork sets a new Guinness World Record and features an incredibly real-looking waterfall and canyon. Visitors were encouraged to stand "on the edge" of the canyon and pass a ball to each other, as well as join the Reebok CrossFit team in an "extreme" workout, describes Popsop.

In addition to sponsoring the International CrossFit Games, Reebok has also created a new line of clothing specifically for CrossFit training programs. Stats for Colossal 3D Paintings Trending: Older & Buzzing
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