February 14th – A Finnish artist stepped on a huge snowflake pattern with thousands of footprints near the capital Helsinki.
Finnish artist Janne Pyykko first designed geometric patterns on his computer, and then completed the snowflake pattern with the help of 11 volunteers.
In the center of the pattern are six huge snowflakes. The diameter of the whole pattern is 160 meters. Pavian took two days to complete.
The design can only be saved for the next snow or strong wind, but the drone has taken the pattern from the air, the report said.
The Finnish newspaper Helsinki News reported that this may be the largest snow art work in the country’s history.
Pavian said that it is a “social challenge and visual challenge” that requires a lot of measurement and planning to achieve such a grand landscape.