According to Jones’s website, he’s been doing caricatures professionally for 21 years – and has created nearly 100,000 images of people at live events, as well as 70,000 more from photos.

Jones said he prefers to carve “temporary sculptures” rather than permanent ones.

“I prefer carving things that are very temporary-pumpkins, I do sand, snow, ice... I like things that melt, wash away and rot. I’m more interested in the process of carving than in the product,” he told WKBW.


He added that he finds something beautiful about art that’s temporary, because of a buzz and energy that comes with people trying to see it and enjoy it before it’s gone.

From pictures alone the snow Bronco is a sight to behold, so if you don’t find the cold, you better head up to Buffalo. The truck will surely be gone soon.