A British artist has created the world's largest gif, which is visible from space.INSA designed four paintings in Rio de Janeiro in four days, and photographed each painting from a satellite 430 miles above the earth. Those four images were then made into a looping gif.

Workers put 576 hours into painting 57,515 square metres to create the painting and the work was sponsored by whisky brand Ballantine's who produced this video about the project. INSA's take? "Don't be afraid to experiment. Don't be afraid to push an idea. Don't be afraid to explore it."

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