Olaf Breuning's Colorful Snow

(Photos: Olaf Breuning)

You can always count on Swiss artist Olaf Breuning to do something new. We've previously seen his playful coffins, helicopter hairstyle and Easter (Island) bunnies. His most recent work adds color to snow in Gstaad, Switzerland. It's part of Elevation 1049, an exhibition of art with alpine themes.

Breuning and his colleagues made it by riding sleds painted with food coloring down the snowy hill. You can see more photos at Design Boom.

-via Junkculture

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Reminds me of a joke:

Cletus: Arvin, what's the matter? You look all depressed.
Arvin: I am, Cletus. My daughter Daisy June's boyfriend pissed her name in the snow.
Cletus: Is that all? That's what young men do when they're in love.
Arvin: Yeah, but it was in her handwriting!
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This gave me a massive flashback to one of the favourite books of my childhood - The Farthest-Away Mountain by Lynne Reid Banks. There was a (quite harrowing) scene with multi-coloured snow.
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