Prakash Ghodke December 6th, 2010

Amazing Art of Snow Sculpture

Prakash Ghodke

Hi, I'm Prakash Ghodke, an 18 year old from India working as freelance Web/Graphics Designer. Owner of Webdesignersdesk where i share tutorials and resources related to web design and web development. You can follow me on twitter.


  1. Thank you for including my photo of the Davy Jones sculpture at the Tokamachi Yuki Matsuri (Snow festival) in Japan. It was impressive and the whole atmosphere was a lot of fun. However, it is a shame I never got up to Sapporo or across to China – those are some really amazing sculptures!

  2. amazing stunning- and, just as every medium has its own distinct & special properties, there are those which are unique to snow/ice that make for beautifully whimsical sculptures- they glisten & sparkle in the sun- with the rays playing with & bouncing off of their form – then in the shade of evening or night they still glisten, but with a magical veil of opalescent sheen.

    The blank stark white-ness creates such an interesting dynamic- it’s awesome — Presented to us in this way- blanketed under a coating of bare white nothingness; devoid of the distraction of even a single color- there is that sense of sparkling, gleaming purity already mentioned- but each sculpture, regardless of subject- be it Mickey or Buddha- also seems to possess this, almost deep, heavy, esoteric quality- but I also can’t help but feel a sort of sadness too- like they are frozen- literally and figuratively(!) haha- paused in this blank, empty moment- it’s hard to pinpoint- whimsical, yet mysterious, yet…sad haha. Lovely no less. Loved this feature ^ ^*

  3. Wow, there are amazing sculptures inside.
    Thanks for sharing…really fantastic and sometimes unbelieveable big!!


  4. wow, its very great and very enjoyable. amazing .
    People love to talk but hate to listen. Listening is not merely not talking, though even that is beyond most of our powers; it means taking a vigorous, human interest in what is being told us. You can listen like a blank wall or like a splendid auditorium where every sound comes back fuller and richer.

  5. This is very nice.But I found a lot of great sculptures at and I think that they are very very great.

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