Thursday, June 30, 2011

World's best card stacker.... dramatic images

Bryan Berg, the world's best card stacker

Bryan Berg poses with his world record-breaking tallest house of freestanding playing cards in Dallas, Texas, in 2007. The structure stood 25 feet 9 7/16' tall and was made of 1,060 decks of cards.
Meet Bryan Berg, the world's best card stacker. His most dramatic card building dwarfs its creator at 26 feet tall, and used 1,060 decks of cards. This sculpture of the Dallas skyline set a new world record for the tallest free-standing cardstack in 2007.
Picture: Bryan Berg / Barcroft Media
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The Venetian Macau Guinness World Record card sculpture during 2010 in Macau, China. Berg's most recent record for world's largest house of freestanding playing cards required 45 days and 4,000 decks. It was a model of the Venetian Macau Resort Hotel, Plaza, and Sands Casino created onsite on the Cotai Strip.Bryan shows off his card sculpture of the Beijing Olympic Village. One of his most difficult projects, the Bird Nest stadium, was built in Hong Kong as part of an Olympic Village themed project in 2008.  Card sculpture of the New York City skyline shown on Good Morning America in 2005. Berg built the New York skyline in Times Square for a 13-day Good Morning America television fundraising effort on behalf of tsunami victims. The composition included the Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, Flatiron, and Yankee Stadium.

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