We're not very good with heights, or with daredevil activities, but this is one gorge that we'd definitely volunteer to cross.
This incredible piece of art has been unveiled at London's West India Quay near Canary Wharf on Guiness World Records Day, and is the world's largest 3D painting. It measures 1,160.4m², comfortably beating the previous record of 892.15m² set by Chinese artist Qi Xinghua.
The work was created by London-based street artists '3D Joe and Max' (need a little work on the cool moniker there guys) and was made in association with Reebok Crossfit, who have provided equipment so that the public can try pull-ups and kettle bell swings whilst standing on the edge of a 'cliff', or hanging above a 'precipice'.
The work will be on display until Friday 18th November, and participants can tag themselves and share their 3D workout at the Reebok Facebook page.
Just remember, if we all tell the ladies that it's real and they shouldn't get too close, we'll all look impressive, right?