This is absolutely beautiful!

It's been everything football in the Twin Cities and across Minnesota the past month and change in preparation for Super Bowl LII. The U.S. Bank's Super Bowl Committee and the NFL have literally taken over the city of Minneapolis to ensure fans of both New England and Philadelphia and countless others across the world have the time of their lives as they're roaming the streets in anticipation for the big game yesterday.

But what you might have missed throughout all the madness is that down the road from this year's home of the Super Bowl and Minnesota Vikings, was that a world famous snow artist put his stamp (literally) on his latest masterpiece at another stadium.

His name is Simon Beck and he walks in snowshoes for hours on end to make beautiful designs in the snow, and after a recent snowfall in the Twin Cities, he began etch out his next project on the snow-covered ground at Target Field:

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