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The installation of the world’s largest assembled photograph has been proposed to the City of Miami Beach.

The art installation is entitled “The Sky’s The Limit”; a vision created by artist/photographer Lloyd Goradesky . The theme and visual image encourages visitors to promote commerce and optimism for the future which places no boundaries.contact email. Hope to see you there early next year!

Through a collaboration with The Guinness Book of World Records, the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, Tourism Board and SCALGio™, we have created the opportunity to bring one of the worlds most innovative art medias to a necessary apex in the public eye.

The project is slated for completion early 1st quarter 2011 after almost two years of development. The project will cost $2.5million dollars, it will require six months to implement from detailed planning to manufacturing. It will require a team of 30 artisans; a project of this magnitude could only be appreciated in the South Beach – Miami art district.

Below are the first virtualizations of the concept as final designs are under close secure protection for competitive record reasons. Be apart of the opening day festivities when SCALGio™ is on site introducing the art installation of the century. It’s as simple as submitting a

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The installation of the world’s largest assembled photograph has been proposed to the City of Miami Beach.
The art installation is entitled “The Sky’s The Limit”; a vision created by artist/photographer Lloyd Goradesky . The theme and visual image encourages visitors to promote commerce and optimism for the future which places no boundaries.contact email. Hope to see you there early next year!
Through a collaboration with The Guinness Book of World Records, the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce, Tourism Board and SCALGio™, we have created the opportunity to bring one of the worlds most innovative art medias to a necessary apex in the public eye.
The project is slated for completion early 1st quarter 2011 after almost two years of development. The project will cost $2.5million dollars, it will require six months to implement from detailed planning to manufacturing. It will require a team of 30 artisans; a project of this magnitude could only be appreciated in the South Beach – Miami art district.
Below are the first virtualizations of the concept as final designs are under close secure protection for competitive record reasons. Be apart of the opening day festivities when SCALGio™ is on site introducing the art installation of the century. It’s as simple as submitting a

Return To www.LloydSite.com
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