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SnowMyGod! The weather is frightful up here in New York City, and we’ve got a few hundred tons of snow to prove it. But there’s nothing we love more than turning a mess into something creative.
Brooklyn artist Michael Arthur saw more than travel delays and soggy boots when he looked at the mounds of snow piled on the sidewalk. He downloaded photos on his iPad and drew over them, using the snow as a canvas.
And filmmaker Jamie Stuart, the self-proclaimed “Idiot with a Tripod,” shot this gorgeous montage of winter scenes in the city. He emailed the short film to Roger Ebert (yup, THAT Roger Ebert), who said, “This film deserves to win the Academy Award for best live-action short subject.”
It almost makes trudging through the slushy puddles a little bit poetic. Almost.— No comments yet