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'Draw with Rob' world record attempt

12th May 20


Author and illustrator Rob Biddulph, whose Draw with Rob videos have amassed a huge online following, will attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the World's Biggest Art Lesson on 21 May - and you're all invited to join in!


Rob Biddulph's Draw with Rob videos have already been watched over 2 million times on YouTube. Now, on 21 May, Rob will attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the World's Biggest Art Lesson, going live at 4pm (BST) for 30 minutes.

However, to meet Guinness World Records' criteria, participants - young and old! - will need to register for the free lesson at www.artworldrecords.com - see link below - and be there for the whole 30 minutes.

The attempt will help to raise money for those most impacted by COVID-19. Participants can donate what they can and companies have also begun to pledge financial support.

These donations will go towards the COVID-19 Global Impact and Innovation Fund, helping high impact charities to counter the impact of COVID-19, including stopping the disease's spread, providing immediate relief to those most impacted and preventing future pandemics.

#ArtWorldRecords#MakeHistoryatHome #DrawWithRob #StayAtHome

Twitter: @RobBiddulph / @artworldrecords / @GWR

Facebook: @robbiddulphauthor


REMEMBER - YOU MUST REGISTER IN ADVANCE, HERE:

www.artworldrecords.com


Registering for art lesson

Marie Wood

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