Citizens Turn “Snow Tagging” into Works of Art

snow-tagging-sizedIn Canada, they know snow. The national park visitors at the La Maurice National Park in Quebec are using their snowshoes to make huge patterns in the snow.

The “massive snowshoe-imprinted works of art called snow tags,” according to this article on

In case you didn’t know it — there is also a British “snow artist” named Simon Beck, who quit his day job to make art in the frozen medium. There’s a book of his beautiful snow images available on his website and there’s a gallery of images of him at work, and of his artwork, on The Salt Lake Tribune website.

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