Smallest inkjet-printed colour image
Who
David Kim, David Norris, Stephan Kress, Patrizia Richner, Dimos Poulikakos, Martin Schmid, Julian Schneider, Patrick Galliker
What
0.0092 millimetre(s)
Where
Switzerland (Zurich)
When

The smallest inkjet-printed colour image is 0.0092 mm² and was achieved by Patrick Galliker, Julian Schneider, Martin Schmid, Dimos Poulikakos, Patrizia Richner (all Switzerland), Stephan Kress (Germany), David Norris and David Kim (both USA) as measured in Zurich, Switzerland, on 4 October 2015.

The team reproduced a picture of a few Clownfish. To qualify, the resultant image was required to contain at least 256 colours.