Stephen Lund cycles about 70 km every day, generating clever doodles employing a GPS app that maps his progress. The BC, Canada native began his unusual craft in 2015 to unroll and be creative; since then, he’s logged 22,300 km, and his longest piece has been a 220 km mermaid.
“The best ones pop off the map, ” Lund says, explaining his process. “I liken it to insuring shapes in the clouds. I pour[ sic] over a map of the city…The challenge is that the roads all have to connect it has to be one continuous line.”
Update: the actual world’s record for the largest GPS drawing belongs to Yasushi Takahashi from Japan, for GPS drawing that was made in 2010. He stimulated even larger piece in 2015 that was 105,734 km long( not certified by Guinness World Records ).