A recent snow storm at Illinois State University campus in Bloomington brought out the artistic flair in New Lenox's Anthony LaGiglia, a Lincoln-Way Central High School grad.
He used a plastic knife from the cafeteria to carve a 6-foot tall sculpture of Batman, according to a feature story in STATEside, the Illinois State University magazine.
An adamant fan of the superhero, LaGiglia spent about six hours completing a free-hand sculpture of Batman. He needed no picture of the superhero, he said. The figure was carved from memory. The sculpture temporarily decorated the Quad on campus. For more information about the local sculptor and what inspired him, read the full story in STATEside.
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