Tag Archive | Snow

Snow Art Safari: The Snow Penises

Snow Penis 2
All Photos By Gail

The Snow Penis: it is a Thing. When snow falls on a parked car in NYC, it is time for the juvenile male mind to draw a penis on said car. I was not exactly on the hunt for the elusive Snow Penis when I spotted these two prime examples — on East 6th Street and East 5th Street, respectively — but I did have my camera with me, so, I bagged them both!

Snow Penis 1

Added February 9th, 2017

Snow Penis
Spotted on 14th Street East of First Avenue

Park Bench With VIP Section

Park Bench VIP Section
Photo By Gail

As the Velvet Rope indicates, this Park Bench is exclusive and not for losers!

Photographed at the NYBG on Saturday January 7th, 2017.

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New York City’s First Snow!


At least we don’t have to shovel it! Filmed in the Papyrus Card Store on Broadway and Park Place. Enjoy!

NYC Public Phone Booth, Post-Jonas

Snow Booth
Photo By Gail

Winter Storm Jonas dumped Two Feet of white, fluffy snow on NYC on Saturday, January 23rd, and the aftermath is fairly Instagram worthy. This public phone booth, which appears to be “occupied,” stands near the corner of West 53rd Street and 6th Avenue.

Cuteness Alert: Teddy In the Snow

Teddy In the Snow
Photo By Geoffrey

TEDDEEEE!!

Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Illuminated Mexican Restaurant

Pedros Mexican Brooklyn
Photo By Gail

We had quite the snowstorm here in New York on the same day I had to travel to Brooklyn for an Art Opening. Lovely. As much as the snow and wind created an unfortunate commuting experience, it did also make for an opportunity to take some nice photos. Pedro’s Mexican Restaurant, located at 73 Jay Street, at the corner of Front Street, is illuminated by exterior lights that change color in rotation, and I stood still just long enough to snap this photo just as the lights were turning Pink! Excellent.

Ice Head Sculpture

Ice Head 1
All Photos By Diane Anderson

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.

Ice Head 3

Shark Attack Snow Sculpture!

Snow Shark

Shark Attack in the Snow!

Snow Heart

Snow Heart
Photo Courtesy of Ula Einstein

Um, Appropriate?

Skull Snow Sculpture!

Skull Snow Sculpture
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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.