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Denis Hancock
The biggest self portrait in the world


At first glance, one might simply be impressed by the “single line” self portrait that Erik Nordenanker created – but it’s how it was created that truly makes this a unique piece of art. As reported in Gizmodo, what Erik did was place a GPS device in a briefcase and mail it, via DHS and with precise travel instructions – it is the path the device took that created the drawing you see above. You can find all the details, including the particulars of the travel plan, here. If there is such a thing as the opposite of an art critic I am probably it, but it certainly seems like a relevant piece of work in this age of globalization – right down to the quite wasteful consumption that enabled the “drawing” to be created :) .


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May 28, 2008 6:08

At the end of the page at http://www.biggestdrawingintheworld.com/drawing.aspx it says “This is fictional work. DHL did not transport the GPS at any time”

Wikinomics » Blog Archive » Correction: not quite the biggest self portrait in the world
May 28, 2008 9:03

[...] 28th, 2008, 09:03am A couple of days ago I posted a story about how Erik Nordenanker created a single line self-portrait of himself by having a GPS device shipped [...]

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