Dec 15 2010

More Stunning Snow Sculptures


Using packed snow blocks as a base, teams of sculptors produce towering works of art that put your average snowman to shame. From abstract sculptures to full scale buildings, anything is possible when you combine tons of snow and talent. Once again, we present some spectacular snow sculptures from all over the world. So put down your carrot and snow shovel and check out these massive masterpieces!
Lindsy – A massive sculpture in China:


Chillkoot – It’s amazing that this sculpture can even support itself:


Roger Moen – This hand has an interesting texture:


Just-Jen – The Taj Mahal in snow:


R Todd king – These wild horses are full of movement and beauty:


A nighttime shot of a rooster looks really cool with the colored lights:


Christopher Chan This Japanese style building is unbelievably detailed:


Adam Pretty – A large, peaceful Buddha:


Two very ornate Buddhas tower over onlookers:


Sheng Li – A team of artists work on this massive sculpture at the Harbin Ice and Snow Festival in China:


Sacbee – The people in this picture give a good sense of the scale of this sculpture:

China Snow Festival

The blue lights make this sculpture even more tranquil:


Rdawg – A girl and a dragon:


Kids and cake make a playful sculpture:


The lens on this camera is big enough for someone to walk in:


Canadian Snow Sculpture Team – Classical statue sculpture:


Great detail in the foliage on this one:


This little village scene was part of a larger piece:


Bette Erikson – I can’t even imagine how this hollow globe was made:


Guadalupe laiz – Owl in a tree trunk:


Out There – A warrior on his horse:


A playful sculpture of a cat:


This large horse head looks like a chess piece:


This geometric sculpture is impressive.


Unknown – Life-sized dinosaurs:


Hakkaido – The detail of this sculpture is simply amazing:


ViajesMag – Absolutely stunning sculpture in Sapporo Japan:


Further resources

International Snow Sculpting Competition
Make your own snow sculpture
Snow sculpture Wiki


About the Author

Tim Mercer is a photography enthusiast, graphic designer, artist and blogger. His blog offers free resources for the digital artist and graphic designer, as well as tutorials, artist interviews, inspiration and more.

Comments and Discussions
  • redrock, 15 December 2010

    Damn! And I thought my Snowman was good!

  • Theo, 15 December 2010

    Really impressive works!

  • Rebecca, 15 December 2010

    The details on some of these are incredible.

  • Scott, 16 December 2010

    Really unbelievable!

  • Alan, 16 December 2010

    Excellent Article, with Great Examples.

  • Vivek Parmar, 16 December 2010

    impressive work thanks for sharing

  • techwench, 16 December 2010

    great awesome work

  • Ted Hare, 20 December 2010

    Absolutely fabulous what talent happy Christmas to all

  • Cody, 02 January 2011

    It’s nice to find a quality article. I really enjoy many of the blog posts on your web site.

  • Jackie, 07 January 2011

    Thank you for these amazing images.

  • Rana Mukherjee, 19 January 2011

    Nice pictures

  • Mrs. Clevenger's Class, 24 February 2011

    They were awesome. Thanks for sharing.

  • Arthur, 17 March 2011

    These are some nice pics. I saw them on Google images too, so this its not hard to make a website like this. Nice comments of the pics. by the author, some really. Not bad
    of a website but it gives limited info. Ty for reading this

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