Exciting times are upon us. Starting right this very moment for every snowglobe that has been measured, and quite a number of them have been measured, you'll see an image depicting how large the snowglobe would be if you were holding it in your hand and your hand were about the size of this disembodied mitt.
Snow is another word for no parking.
We recognize that it is difficult for some of you to get to the museum to shake the snowglobes so we're shaking them for you. Click through our selection on the staff favorites page as well as a few additional choice globes to see them in action.
The museum has received some attention on a variety of information outlets. Have a look:
Have snowglobe, will travel. But there are perils. Read about them in the WSJ.
These snowglobes are worth every minute you can spare. Walter Martin and Paloma Muñoz.
I know a lot of you are probably shocked that the Museum of the Modern Snowglobe did not make the cut for Art Project, but even if we did the museum is just too over committed at the moment. In due time we'll be on there.
Snowfall for the greater Boston area is poised to fill the Shaq-o-meter. That is no small feat.
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