Japanese Army Celebrates Snow Festival By Making Mammoth Star Wars Sculpture Using 3500 Tons Of Snow

The occasion was 66th annual Sapparo Snow Festival in Japan, and to make it memorable, committed Star Wars enthusiasts planned and made some of the most awesome works of Star Wars art ever made in history. Army wing The Japanese Ground Self-Defense Forces’ 11th Brigade sprang into action with bulldozers and piled up 3500 tons of snow.

Using the snow, they skillfully made a spectacular monument measuring 23m wide and 15m tall to Darth Vader and his Royal forces. The monument included a striking group of Storm Troopers and TIE fighters also. When seen in colored lights, they glitter in white, rose and light blue colors, attracting lot of visitors. via snowfes.com (h/t: mymodernmet, rocketnews) | via boredpanda