LFW – London Fashion Week 2018
We were back again for the London Fashion Week Festival at the Strand. This time for MON PURSE.
Encapsulating a handbag, leather swatches and also hardware within the clear ice assisted showcasing their step by step process from raw materials to the end product.
LTFUC 90th Anniversary
The London taxi drivers fund for underprivileged children celebrated their 90th year at the grand connaught rooms. We had the honour of providing an ice sculpture for this amazing charity event.
Premier League 2017 Winners – Chelsea
Chelsea’s football victory winning the premier league title meant only one thing and that was to celebrate. We hand carved a replica of the trophy along with the Chelsea emblem for the after party.
Endless Artist – 26 April 2017
As huge lovers of street art here at Funky Ice we felt very honoured and excited to be asked to work with upcoming street artist known as ENDLESS. Taking inspiration from our display at London Fashion Week, he asked us to encase one of his art pieces within ice for a presentation at Chelsea Waterside, London.
As you can see by our pictures the night was a great success and Endless’s work looked incredible as it was displayed upon the entrance of his exhibit. If you would like to learn more about Endless take a look at his website.
Ice Kingdom – Cardiff 2015
Using 5 carvers from around the world including 2 from the uk and 300 blocks of ice weighing a whopping 40 tons.
Cardiff’s first ever ice kingdom was produced. Taking us 10 days to complete for the opening day of Nov 12, everything was carved on site directly in front of Cardiff city hall in an insulated marque pulling temperatures of around -12 degrees. Working in this environment can be very challenging but with an experienced and enthusiastic team we were well prepared. As we were in Cardiff the theme chosen was Welch/Christmas. Our head designer/sculptor came up with the best combination of sculptures including interactive pieces. Some of the finalised designs included the Welsh dragon, the famous ball in the wall, polar bears and even an ice throne where the public could have professional photos taken. After long hours, thousands of chainsaw cuts later and plenty of coffee, Cardiff’s spectacular ice kingdom was finished. Below are a selection of images taken of the process from start to finish.