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The Making of Ice Art

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Photographer Patrick Endres and writer Kris Capps unveil the magical process of sculpting giant blocks of ice into towering fanciful figures that shimmer under colored lights during the World Ice Sculpting competition in Fairbanks, Alaska.

Softcover: 40 pages pages
Dimensions: 9 x 7 inches

14 in stock

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The Making of Ice Art

Towering warriors, fearsome dragons, and other fanciful figures shimmer under colored lights at the World Ice Sculpting competition in Fairbanks, Alaska. Sculptors come from around the globe to lay hands on the purest ice in the world, long ago dubbed the “Arctic Diamon.” From giant blocks of ice weighing thousand so pounds, sculptors create imaginative scenes that leave spectators in awe. Sculptors call this “the dream of ice.” Viewers call it magic.

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Weight 8 oz
Dimensions 8 × 11 in

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