The Scoop on: the Macklin Bible:OPI Nail Polish Sale The Macklin Bible was developed by Thomas Macklin, a British picture dealer and print seller during the 18th century. Before the Macklin Bible, he was known to have come up with the Poet's Gallery, which is a collection of 100 paintings that serve as an illustration for the most popular English poems of all time,OPI DS such as John Opie, Joshua Reynolds, Angelica Kauffmann, Thomas Gainsborough,OPI Spain Francis Wheatley, and Henry Fusseli. And then, just two years after this, Macklin undertook the Macklin Bible project, which took on an estimated total cost of about 30, 000 pounds. He was even coerced to sell some of the artwork included in the Poet's Gallery through lottery just to come up with the needed funds for it. And then, just five days after the Macklin Bible was finished, Macklin died. The Bible has a total weight of 130 pounds. And then, The Waynai Bible: And then, more than a century after the Macklin Bible, the Waynai Bible was born, bagging the new world record for the biggest Bible. This was by Louis Waynai, a Los angeles native who made a giant collection of the King James and English versions of the Bible in one piece. The result was a Holy Book that stands three feet tall and is 63 inches wide. When closed, the Bible presents a spine that has a thickness of about 34 inches. The Waynai Bible boasts of more than 8, 000 pages. It also went over the weight of the Macklin Bible, what with a weight of about 1, 094 lbs. However, perhaps the only negative side of the Waynai Bible is that it is too fragile to be used for reading purposes or for even turning the pages. This is because of its mass and the fact that it was actually 31 sections put together to assemble one whole Bible.