The Guinness Record was just set for the world’s largest comic along the banks of the Rhone River in Lyon, France. The comic, which took a team of 11 writers and 111 designers to complete, is one kilometer in length. The comic needed to be completed in under 24 hours in order to count for the world record and with committed and diligent teamwork, this was achieved. The comic doesn’t contain any words or color, but the script and storyline are simple enough for a general public to understand.
According to Oddity Central, “It tells the tale of a shaggy Tarzan-like character, with a passion for drawing, who discovers the ways humanity has invented to represent itself.”
Passers-by reactions have been very positive. “It’s nice to walk while reading. We could go on like this ten kilometers,” a young woman said while her six-year-old daughter was busy checking out the artwork.
What a brilliant and creative way to make a very popularly-walked path for tourists more interactive and exciting, especially for all those young children who tire easily when travel with their parents!
The World's Largest Comic Spices up Your Tourist Experience
1. Interactive Tourist Experiences - Creating engaging and interactive experiences for tourists along popular paths or attractions.
2. Collaborative Art Installations - Utilizing the collective creativity and skills of multiple artists to create large-scale and unique artworks.
3. Wordless Storytelling - Exploring the power of visual storytelling without the use of words or color.
1. Tourism - Innovating ways to enhance the tourist experience and make attractions more interactive and engaging.
2. Art and Design - Utilizing collaborative art installations to create unique and immersive artistic experiences.
3. Publishing and Comics - Exploring new approaches to storytelling and pushing the boundaries of traditional comic formats.