My friend Diane (a.k.a.”Diaaahhne!”) took these fun photos of an Ice Head Sculpture sitting atop a parking meter near 5th Avenue between 96th and 97th Streets in Manhattan. I’m sure it was once malleable snow, but the consistently frigid temperatures that we have been enjoying just lately have turned it to solid ice. Kinda creepy.
This awesome Snow Skull was built way back in 2009 by Skull A Day’s Noah Scanlin and his pal Paul Overton of Dudecraft Dot Com. Read about its accidental genesis at This Link!
Update 10/21/19: Dudecraft Dot Com link above delivers a 404 Error that is not resolvable. Such is the way of the Internet.
I’m guessing the gold tooth is a Christmas ornament.
Thanks to Neatorama for the Image!
Sculpture By G. Augustine Lynas
Hah, this one never gets old.
Right now, we’re in the early stages of a full on blizzard here in NYC. Normally, I’d be all about the snow. But today is one of the busiest holiday travel days of the year. So I say, “Fuck the snow.” American Airlines has already canceled my 2:15 flight to Burbank and if I’m very lucky I’ll make it out on a flight leaving after 8:00 PM tonight, getting me in to LAX around Midnight. At least it’s a direct flight. Now…if it can just get out of NYC I’ll be happy. And snow will be off my shit list.