Sculpting for London Fashion Week

Ice Sculpture Plinths for Sophia WebsterWe were at London Fashion Week last month helping to transform an underground space behind a record shop into an ice kingdom fit for a queen.

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Nick represents the UK in Finland

Nick Smith ice sculptorWe’re extremely proud that our very own Nick Smith was recently selected to represent the UK at the Cave Ice Carving World Championships 2017 in the Finnish village of Leppävirtam, about 330km away from Helsinki.

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Creating ice wheels for Lexus

Lexus NX ice wheelsFor the past three months, the team have been busy creating ice wheels for a Lexus NX promotion.

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The Ice Table for Fredrikson Stallard

Fredrikson Stallard Ice TableAs part of this year’s London Design Festival, the team were honoured to create an ice table for Fredrikson Stallard’s showcase, Momentum.

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The building blocks of sculpture

chocomel build 15As previously posted in the blog, the team were commissioned to build a Chocomel tower structure in Utrecht’s town square. This ice, as with most of the Hamiltons’ ice was prepared under strictly controlled conditions in their UK studio and carefully shipped to the Netherlands.

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Pole to Pole

Each year Jagermeister take an enormous branded truck to music festivals all over the UK, and this year the Hamiltons have once again been asked to carve various creations for this U.S. army style transformer. Once parked, the truck’s rectangular body opens outwards and then sideways to reveal a bright orange freezer in which the centrepiece ringed ice bar will host all manner of muddy, jolly revellers. So if you happen to see this engineering marvel during your summer festival adventure, do drop in to sample a Jager shot with a difference and lounge on the roof terrace – yes, there’s a roof terrace as well!

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Can you afford to wait?

Since the last blog the Hamiltons have been working with photographer Louisa Parry on a Wall Street Systems campaign at her studio in Hackney. As you can see, the words “Can you afford to wait?” were assembled in melting ice to add more poignancy to the phrase. The letters had to be shot from overhead while decaying which is an extremely unusual occurrence in the world of ice sculpture.

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