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Illuminated ice


The International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival at Harbin in north-east China excels itself this year with its illuminated ice sculptures. Some of these creations are so elaborate they must spend months planning them. The Boston Globe’s Big Picture has a page of incredible photos and a film report of the event.

Previously on { feuilleton }
Lumiere at Durham
Tetragram for Enlargement
Eno’s Luminous Opera House panorama
The art of Rune Guneriussen
Exotic France in Harbin
Giant Lantern Festival
Maximum Silence by Giancarlo Neri
Volume at the V&A



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2 comments or trackbacks

  1. #1 posted by Nathalie (spacedlaw)


    These are so amazing.
    Almost as magic as the music done with ice instruments in Norway each year…

  2. #2 posted by John


    Ice instruments? This requires further investigation…






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