Russian Gmail Art Video

Earlier last week, we posted about Russian Gmail Art Video, now the Official Gmail Blog posted some more behind-the-scene information about the video. We've seen people recreate the M from the Gmail logo out of dominoes and even sand, but until our colleagues in Google's Moscow office created this video, we're pretty sure no one […]

Earlier last week, we posted about Russian Gmail Art Video, now the Official Gmail Blog posted some more behind-the-scene information about the video.

We've seen people recreate the M from the Gmail logo out of dominoes and even sand, but until our colleagues in Google's Moscow office created this video, we're pretty sure no one had ever made a giant Gmail interface with:

  • 162 meters of gray tape
  • 45 lego pieces
  • 32 sticks of plasticine
  • 18 brushes
  • 18 square meters of batten
  • 12 cans of spray paint
  • 10 liters of white paint
  • 4 reams of paper
  • 2 kilograms of millet porridge
  • 1 printer
  • 1 hair dryer
  • 1 mop
  • and 1 saw.

And the actual M at the end of the video? That's 3 sweaters, 3 balls, 3 pillows, 2 dumbbells, 2 pair of gloves, a set of child's plates, a hockey stick, a scarf, a paper folder, hats and slippers. All in red of course.

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