Saudi woman’s great performance was included in the Guinness World Records

GENEVA (Monitoring Desk) A Saudi woman has become the first woman in Saudi Arabia to create the world’s largest coffee drawing, Guinness World Records reports. Abdullah al-Maliki created photographs of the leaders of Saudi Arabia and the neighboring United Arab Emirates using expired coffee, according to a foreign news agency. These paintings are 220 square metres in size.

Al-Maliki said he had finished the paintings in 45 consecutive days, according to a Guinness World Records statement. Two monitors followed him, who were documenting the work through drones and video. He gave his works the name Naseej One. Using canvases connected to them, he made the paintings in Jeddah , Saudi Arabia. The pictures include paintings by the founder of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates , Saudi King Abdulaziz bin Saud, and by the King of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan.