American artist creates enormous portraits on ice floes.

A work of art showcases an artist's genius and originality. Their

meticulously finished, time-consuming labour is a remarkable sight for the

observer. Sometimes it takes the form of a unique experience. Artist David

Popa possesses the latter mentioned skills. Paper and cloth are not his

canvases, unlike other artists. Popa paints portraits on enormous chunks of

floating ice in the Baltic Sea, Finland. Each portrait is given life by the 29

year-old by swimming out to the icy Baltic Sea, where he paints them with a

charcoal and soil spray. Each of these photos takes 4 hours to complete

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