Artist Simon Beck Records A History For Creating Snow Drawings By Walking For Hours At A Time!

Most recently, a British artist, Simon Beck, created a series of remarkable ‘snow drawings’ by walking in circles for more than 80 kilometers.

The report says that the 61-year-old Simon Beck had to battle the severe frozen elements in Silverthrone, Colorado, in order to create the incredible designs that took him more than fourteen days.

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Beck’s Creations Are Inspired By Intricate Designs:

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As best acknowledged from above, the artist has designed patterns of snowflakes, crop circles, and mathematical fractals.

Beck, who is from Taunton, Somerset, told that he used sketches and a compass to measure the number of snowshoed steps that will be required before he sets out for 2 to 6 hours at a time for each design, “There were two drawings that took a day and a half to make and the first was blown away. Plus, all the drawings were damaged to an extent by the breeze, so a quarter of my time was spent reinstating work I had done earlier.

Plus! Simon Beck Has Titled His Designs Such As – “Flower of Life”, “10-Pointed Star”, “Circular Array”, & “Koch Snowflake”.

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Oh, and BTW, volunteers assisted at various points by signaling Beck if he was about to put a foot down wrong (so cheers!).

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