Three brothers from New Brighton, Minnesota have done it again. They spent 16 hours a day creating a giant snow lobster they call Diggs. It's a salute to the Minnesota Vikings receiver who caught the miracle last-second touchdown to beat the New Orleans Saints last weekend and also to the fact that lobsters dig into the bottom of the ocean. They created that beauty in only FIVE days:

Bartz Snow Sculptures via Facebook

This is the seventh year Austin, Trevor, and Connor Bartz have created a giant sculpture. Each year they raise money for clean water throughout the world, through One Day's Wages.There's been a walrus, shark, pufferfish, turtle, and octopus along the way. Last year, it was this giant fish:

Bartz Snow Sculptures via Facebook

Those snow sculptures are tremendous but a man in Canada had a totally different motive when he built this Delorean DMC-12 totally out of snow and left it in the way of snow removal crews.

LSD Laprise Simon Designs via Facebook

Police thought it was real. They really had to examine it before leaving a ticket.

LSD Laprise Simon Designs

Were they mad? No, they enjoyed it very much, actually. While the man guilty of the snow job did get a ticket, officers left him a note. It reads "You made our night!!! hahahahaha :)"

LSD Laprise Simon Designs via Facebook

Here in Iowa, I know you've seen some amazing works of snow art. I couldn't really find anything other than these two shots. If you have pictures you'd like to share, please post them below.

[Fox 9 News and KARE 11]