Ice and snow usually remind us of coldness and lack of life in such conditions. It may seem almost impossible to create life from a block of ice. But Christmas holidays are the time when one starts to think about how to spend those cold days with his/her loved ones in a warm and engaging way. It is probably the way the first Snowman came to life. Or maybe there was a lonely child who had no friends so he made his own special friend whose friendship lasted until the next warm sunrise. However, some people didn’t stop there. Some got so engaged in this that they started making their own pieces of art. Who knew that a cold block of ice could be the source of such an amazing inspiration?
If we cannot see or begin to understand the size of prehistoric animals then these guy have done a great job trying to bring them closer to us. However, I wouldn’t like to see those dinosaurs come to life. Would you?
This artist is challenging Global Warming. These ice sculptures represent Post Office Tower, The London Eye, St Paul’s Cathedral and Big Ben. It must be pretty frustrating to watch all that effort and your master piece melt away.
These tiny ice sculptures of people melting away represent a true metaphor on life.
We could really say that the creator of this ice sculpture managed to make it come to life and not only that but we can feel and sympathize with the feelings of this icy many.
Who would say no to living in this icy city? Not me.
This snowy building looks as if it were a real deal.
This icy carriage is fit for a Queen. It looks as if it were made of glass or a special king of crystal.