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2016 43rd International Snow Sculpture Contest at the 67th Sapporo Snow Festival.

Australian Snow Sculpture Team
Snow Sculpture Design

Our Snow Sculpture design incorporates an Australian native animal and the human consequences from the environment we have created. Linking the concept with a well know Japanese pop culture character to complement the idea.

私たちの雪像の青写真の設計はオーストラリアのネイティブ動物と私たちが作成した環境から人間の影響を組み込んでいます。よく知っている日本のポップカルチャー文字で概念をリンクする考えを補完します

We have a 3m high x 3m wide and 3m deep block of compressed snow to work with, carving out our design will be a challenge in below -5 to -20 winter conditions for the 43rd International Snow Sculpture Contest at the 67th Sapporo Snow Festival
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Title: Frogozilla 
Description:
 Australia is the home to many deadly creatures. Luckily the rare endangered Australian “Green and Golden Bell Frog” is not one of them. Humans have overtaken nature, clearing habitats, developing highways and cities; this sculpture is representing Frog’s Revenge! Fortunately they only grow to 9cm and will not eat you.

The "Green and Golden Bell Frog" Litoria aurea





Australian Snow Sculpture Team

2016 members profiles
Mr. Scott Sheehan Art Director
Mr. Randall Sinnamon Artist/Teacher
Mr. Scott Bowman Construction building

Thanks to our 2016 sponsors for the support, click on the link below to take you to there website.


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