Most of us who love the snow often play around with it, creating simple snowballs, snowmen, and some more elaborate sculptures. But one snowboarder decided on the different art form – drawing intricate but beautiful designs using the snow as his canvas. Avid snowboarder and artist Simon Beck was inspired by symmetrical patterns found in nature – trees, leaves, cacti, the shells of insects, and more. He decided to try to replicate these stunning patterns in his works of art. These masterpieces are by no means small works as some are so grandiose and big enough to engulf whole villages. While he has artworks done on sand by the beach, the ones done on snow seem to be more majestic and appealing to the public. He travels to different unique locations to look for the perfect canvass for his artistic creations. Doing his art for about a decade, he has created over 300 large scale artworks, using a compass and snowshoes! It helps that he is also an orienteering map-making expert. It is definitely tiring as the designs may take about 11 hours to complete (without any mistakes). Hopefully no skier will accidentally pass through the area and destroy the fantastic designs created by this snowboarding artist.