The Guinness World Records recently added its award recipients list by giving a new record award to an Albanian artist who made the largest mosaic painting from coffee beasn. The painting, that shows five musicians in action, was made of 140 kg (309 pounds) coffee beans; some of them were roasted black, some were roasted averagely and the rest were not roasted whatsoever.
The artist that got the award is Saimir Strati. At the meantime, this so-called world largest coffee been mosaic features a Japanese drummer, a European accordionist, a Brazilian dancer, a U.S. country music singer and an African drummer.
“I wanted to give the message that sharing love over a cup of coffee brings us closer, a cup of coffee brings us more love than a G20 meeting,” Strati said. With his painting was 25.1 square meters, he passed the requirement set by the the Guinness judge, Seyda Subasi Gemici. The requirements are: The mosaic painting should be done in public, comprised of coffee beans alone and measure at least 25 square meters (269 square feet).
This is his sixth records from the Guinness World Records after previously he drew some magnificent pictures using nails, toothpicks, wine bottles, paint brushes and screws.
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