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Two-Minute Cinema: #PEACEonEarth

Two-Minute Cinema: PEACEonEarth

Two-Minute Cinema: PEACEonEarth

A Japanese artist travels the globe to create his powerful artistic message.

Japanese artist Yassan Takahashi (above) recently broke his own Guinness World Record by creating the largest ever work of GPS art. Entitled "#PEACEonEarth", the work took the artist to 24 cities on six continents in a journey lasting 41 days. In the end, Yassan traveled more than 65,700 miles and enlisted the help of 107 people to create it.

Said the artist: “Right now, the world is embroiled with conflict. In a world like this, is there any way for one person to be heard above the chaos? After a long time of thinking, I thought of the…message.”

Japan Airlines Co. Ltd. helped to showcase the artist’s work through a mini-documentary called “PEACE on Earth: Look what I drew with 107 people around the world in 41 days | #PEACEonEarth #GPSart.” View the short film here:

To see more of Yassan’s work, visit his website gpsdrawing.info. To see additional footage of the artist’s trip (over 100 hours in all) like or subscribe to the “#PEACEonEarth” Facebook or Youtube pages.

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