Title: Where's the line
Material: Ink on paper
Measures 90 x 90 inches
Guinness World Record: Most Dots in a Connect the Dots Puzzle, there are 52,901 dots. Over 300 hours, a boat load of patience, and help writing the tiny numbers created this massive work. To print your own (nearly full size) check out the info at the bottom of this page. Discover more about this project on the blog.
Over 1,700 votes were cast when I asked you to choose if this project should be preserved or destroyed. And while the conclusion was to preserve, those who wanted to keep it only won by 3%. I nearly took an electric sander to this piece. If you would like the opportunity to vote on other projects please sign up for the mailing list.
Print your own
This is what you will need to print your own massive connect the dots picture.
1. Find a printshop that can print a file 24 inches wide by 85 inches tall. You will want to print from a roll of paper and print black and white. FedEx Office has this ability as do most print shops.
2. Download the files below. The image is separated into 4 files that will need to be printed and taped together.
3. This will cost about $60 to print and could easily be more depending on the print shop.
If you are printing this, please send me a picture of it on your wall! And send me some pictures along the way. Even if you don't finish it, I'd love to see it. FYI taping together the 4 pieces is pretty straight forward but it is a precise and delicate process.
The print is on the right. It's big.