Watch how 11 cars drew world's largest message for 'daughter on earth – father in space!'Nothing can beat the joy of spending some quality time with your loved ones. But when they are away it becomes necessary to tell them how much they are being missed.
And this teenager girl's splendid and innovative way of conveying her message to her astronaut father in space has made everyone go awww!
She wrote a giant message on the sands in desert which her father could see from space as he is working with the International Space Station.
13-year-old Stephanie drew the note on paper and with the help of Hyundai got it copied onto a large land surface.
The car company used eleven sedans to draw the message on the land in Nevada's Delamar Dry Lake, using coordinates and a helicopter.
Her message reads: ‘Steph [hearts] you!'
The drawing which measured 5,556,411.86 square metres or 59,808,480.26 square feet has turned out to be a record-breaker. The Guinness World Record has declared it as the largest tire track image ever.
Her father captured a picture of the image from space to showcase his daughter that her efforts really paid off.
Here is the picture of the giant message on Stephanie's father's phone.
Amazingly, the giant artwork dons the same handwriting as it was in the note written by Stephanie.
The scheme has been made into a video for Hyundai's New Thinking Campaign.