World Records authorities described the art form of Apuraj Baruah,
who got his name entered in the Guinness
World Records for the
longest scratch art, was an innovative one. His piece is 20 m long and 1
m board, and contains 40 pictures of world’s folk dances. Apuraj has been
practicing scratch art on bromide papers, generally used for printing
photographs, with the help of razor blades, for the past about 18 years.
He was the first man to have achieved this feat for scratch art.