Young cellists used their bikes to create a 900ft image of a cello embellished with a jack-o'-lantern face in the snow last weekend for Halloween.

The 'cell-o-lantern' was created by students of the Alaska Cello Intensive in Fairbanks as a greeting to Zuill Bailey, who is performing Dvorák's Cello Concerto with the Fairbanks Symphony Orchestra this week.

The design was laid out on foot using a GPS device. The cello students then followed the course, pulling tires behind their fat-tire bikes to create the design.