Record breaking smile exhibition

Smiles from all over Britain have come together to break the Guinness World Record for the largest photo exhibition.

Smiles from all over Britain have come together to break the Guinness World Record for the largest photo exhibition. The exhibition was organised by HP in a bid to raise money for children’s charity NCH, 33,401 people from across the UK donated their smiles, including Ken Livingstone, Sian Lloyd and Dermot Monaghan. HP will donate 25p for every smile to the NCH, money that will go towards projects for disadvantaged children. Ian Whittaker from HP comments: ‘This record proves that British people are still great smilers, no matter what. Hopefully the British smile will become as famous as the British stiff upper lip.’ Visitors to London will be able to visit the exhibition at the Royal College of Art at Kensington Gore until 29th August, where there is still time to contribute smiles using digital cameras and printers. For more information log onto www.hp.co.uk/smile