Smallest Replica Art of Newspaper

Dr Darla Nageswara Rao (born on 12th January 1959) from Andhra Pradesh, India has created “Smallest Replica Art of Newspaper”. The newspaper was reduced to 1/4 of its original size. He manually replicated the front page of the 5th July 2008 edition of “THE HINDU” at one-fourth of its size in just 48 hours. It is not a photocopy of the paper, but replicating the front page by hand. Only the pictures were photocopied in colour while the rest – masthead, headings, text, advertisement, blurbs and side headings were all copied by hand using a Rotring 0.1 pen, an eyeglass, gel ink pens and watercolours. The idea is to reproduce every letter in every living and paragraph as they are aligned without any strikeovers or overwriting.

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