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ISU art student sculpts Batman out of snow

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  • Jonathon Napiorkowski of Gurnee, a junior at Illinois State University, photographs Anna Templin, a junior from Hagerstown, Ind., by a large snow sculpture of Batman that has been drawing a large following on the ISU quadrangle in Normal.

      Jonathon Napiorkowski of Gurnee, a junior at Illinois State University, photographs Anna Templin, a junior from Hagerstown, Ind., by a large snow sculpture of Batman that has been drawing a large following on the ISU quadrangle in Normal.
    Associated Press/Feb. 28

  • Anthony LaGiglia, an Illinois State University art major from Frankfort, poses with the snow sculpture of Batman he created on the ISU quadrangle in Normal, Ill.

      Anthony LaGiglia, an Illinois State University art major from Frankfort, poses with the snow sculpture of Batman he created on the ISU quadrangle in Normal, Ill.
    Associated Press/Feb. 28

 
Associated Press

NORMAL, Ill. -- An Illinois State University student has sculpted a snowy version of Batman.

Art major Anthony LaGiglia tells The Pantagraph that he used a plastic dining hall knife to make a statue of Batman out of snow. The 21-year-old junior from Frankfort says he used water to help form the sculpture. He says he "just did it for fun."

But the Batman has gotten quite the reaction. LaGiglia's fellow students have been using their cellphones to record the sculpture. Others are posing for pictures with it.

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