Thanks to a lot of paint and the imaginations of 22 artists, a dull grain silo in South Korea is now the world's largest outdoor mural.
The city of Incheon and its port authority commissioned the mural, wanting to show people that old industrial facilities don't have to be eyesores. The nearly two dozen artists designed a mural that tells the story of a boy as he grows up and lives through different seasons. It cost $487,000 and took more than 224,546 gallons of paint to finish the mural, which was just certified by Guinness World Records.
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