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Unique artwork at 100,000ft (video)

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A budding British entrepreneur has high hopes for a piece of unique artwork he spectacularly created on the outskirts of space.

Josh Taylor, 22, from Guildford, Surrey, created his world-first artwork by using a helium-filled weather balloon with attached canvas and dripping paint tubes to float the project to an incredible 100,810ft.

The freelance media technician sent his contraption soaring towards space from a field in Worcester, West Midlands, with it crashing back down to earth when the balloon popped two hours later some 40 miles north of the launch site.


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