Unseen Pieaces is an online graffiti video series by Skenar73 and Nektar. It gives you an insight into style-writing of lost and forgotten places. The intension is to share unseen graffiti pieces with the online community. The two artists Skenar73 and Nektar take you to see some of the most interesting places they discover. So they help you to see places you would never get the chance to see in real life. The videos bring lost places, their special atmosphere and some fine pieces of art to the crowd.
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In November 2014, as the people of the United Arab Emirates were gearing up to celebrate their 43rd year as a country, the Ironlak Family set off towards the Middle East from their respective corners of the globe. In Dubai the Lak Fam joined over 100 artists from around the world in an ambitious attempt to set a new world record for the “World’s Longest Graffiti Scroll”.
Titled ‘Rehlhatna’, meaning ‘Our Journey’, the main feature of the event was a ridiculously long canvas on Jumeirah Beach which was stretched into the shape of the country. The artists were asked to create work which reflected the past, present and future achievements of the UAE.
On the final day, an official judge from Guinness World Records measured out the scroll at 2245.4 metres and declared the new world record set.