“Caveman In Ice” Discovered In Minneapolis Park Causing Excitement
How crazy would it be to stumble across a caveman in a block of ice while you're out on hike? A Minnesota artist has created a stir online over his stunning work of art.
Zach Schumack and three friends constructed a "caveman in ice" sculpture consisting of a mannequin and plexiglass with epoxy resin. The piece, named "Zug Zug," had just been sitting in Schumack's garage when he came up with an idea for everyone to see the artwork - quietly place it near a trail at Theodore Wirth Regional Park in Minneapolis. It was not long before Zug Zug was discovered by hikers. Get the full story from MPRNews.org here.
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