Guinness World Records has declared a work by British artist Joe Hill that was created at Canary Wharf in London on Thursday as the world's largest three-dimensional street painting.

The floor painting measures in excess of 1,120 square meters (12,000 square feet) and breaks the record for the longest and largest 3-D surface painting, according to Guinness World Records.

A 3-D drawing on a pavement surface that gives the illusion of being 3-D when viewed from a specific angle is categorized as a 3-D surface painting. The projection technique used for creating such an artwork is called anamorphosis, in which an illusion (anamorphic) is deformed in a specific manner.

Have a look at the world’s largest 3-D surface painting by Hill below, along with some of his other deluding works on pavements: