Artist Uses His Feet To Create Gigantic ‘Game Of Thrones’ Snow Art In French Alps – Design You Trust

Artist Uses His Feet To Create Gigantic ‘Game Of Thrones’ Snow Art In French Alps


The French Alps has just got a “Game of Thrones” facelift (…no worries, Alps are still there). The British snow artist Simon Beck is gearing up for the next season of the popular show and warning people about the coming winter.

h/t: demilked, mashable


He accomplished this by drawing an enormous head of a dire wolf using only his feet and one day (13 hours) of his time. Sure, not everybody lives in French Alps, but Simon is making his drawing big enough for all of us to see and be amazed by.


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