Noah Scalin from Skull-A-Day and I have been emailing back and forth for the past two months about collaborating on a project together. A month ago, we decided that I’d drive up to Richmond, VA on this weekend and we’d get to work. Noah secured an awesome warehouse space, I got together video and still cameras to document the process and then…snow. Lots of it. So much, in fact, that there was no way we could get down to the warehouse by car. So, what do you do when all your careful planning is ruined by nature? Naturally, you build a gigantic snow skull.
I don’t know what would have happened if we had made it to the warehouse but we had a ton of fun, freezing our butts off and running around like kids in Noah’s backyard. Sometimes, plan B turns out to be the best one.
*Update – The morning after has brought sunshine and a dusting of snow to our little art project!