Three Brothers Created an Epic Snow Octopus in Their Yard. And with It, They Will Help Save Lives.

The Bartz brothers from Brighton, Minnesota are more than capable of creating epic snow sculptures. They have been creating them every year for the past five years! Their incredible snow sculptures such as this gigantic sea turtle snow sculpture take hundreds of hours to build. Their snow sculptures have also gained worldwide attention for their size and intricacy. In fact, some of their snow sculptures are nearly two stories tall!

Three Brothers Created an Epic Snow Octopus in Their Front Yard.

This year, the Bartz brothers created an epic snow octopus they named ‘Octavius’ which took over 500 hours to build. At 35 feet long and 18 feet tall, it is their largest snow sculpture to date! Creating such elaborate snow sculptures requires a great deal of skill, patience, and creativity. The Bartz brothers spend countless hours perfecting their designs, sculpting the snow with precision, and adding intricate details to bring their creations to life. Their dedication to their craft is evident in the stunning final products that they create each year.

The best part of their snow sculpture this year, is that they partnered with One Day’s Wages to help raise $10,000 and help provide clean drinking water to residents of Haiti. According to the World Health Organization, nearly one million people die each year because they don’t have access to clean drinking water.

Watch this amazing snow octopus built by Bartz snow sculptures…


The Bartz brothers have inspired people around the world with their incredible snow sculptures and their dedication to giving back to their community. Their latest creation, ‘Octavius,’ is no exception! It is heartening to see such creativity and generosity come together in one incredible project. It is so awesome to see a family create something together and help others in the process.

Please share this incredible Octopus snow sculpture created by the three talented Bartz brothers with your friends and family.

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