Artists use more than 850,000 litres of paint to transform South Korean grain silo into the world’s largest outdoor mural | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Artists use more than 850,000 litres of paint to transform South Korean grain silo into the world’s largest outdoor mural

A dreary grain silo that was transformed into an enormous colourful artwork in South Korea has been named by Guinness World Records as the largest outdoor mural in the world.

The painting which depicts a young boy's journey into adulthood covers the outside of giant storage containers in the port city of Incheon, west of Seoul, taking up 254,975sq. ft. (23,688sq. meters).

The mural was commissioned by the city's government and port authority as part of efforts to improve the negative view of aged industrial facilities.

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