22 Sand And Ice – Awesome Combination

Sand And Ice – Awesome Combination

Posted on January 20, 2011 by team


In January 2011 there opened an interesting exhibition in Moscow. It is devoted to the art of sculpture but in an unusual way: the pieces of art are made of both sand and ice. The two elements merge to create a new harmony.


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It is separated into two parts: the left one, called The Sacred Russia is made of sand and the right one, the so-called Street Festivities is created with the help of ice. The length of every side is about 25 meters and its height reaches 7 meters.

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22 Responses to “Sand And Ice – Awesome Combination”

  1. testicules says:

    Pretty cool.

  2. testicules says:

    BTW 1st

  3. Chico says:

    Wow very nice.

  4. Marked One says:

    Where in Moscow is it? I note there is this:

    http://www.privet-moscow.com/174/2010-0119/fest-ice-moscow-en.html

    which is at vDNH. So I’m guessing this could be too, I mean the VVT (Vserossiyskiy Vystavochniy Tsentr) park is huge.

  5. Wishful thinker says:

    I see a lot of Nordic-looking knights and soldiers in medieval-style uniforms. Do they represent a specific group or battle?

  6. Mizz... (A) says:

    Guess Swedish knights beating the s*** out of Aleksandr Nevskiy… XD :-)

  7. YJ says:

    This site has been hacked by apple itune, every picture has been completely blocked by itune ads.

  8. Musa says:

    Wow, these are amazing sculptures. I love that clock.

  9. dukbil says:

    What is with the Itunes advertisements over the top of the pictures? Quite tacky to say the least.

  10. מתנות says:

    artistic art…its the best! the creator of this artwork for sure has a light hands and fingernails…..iots vey pleasant to the eyes and eye catching.

  11. OLUT says:

    WTF with the ads covering every photo? On the first post I saw, I turned them all off, one by one. Second post, I scrolled through quick. Third, this one, I didn’t really bother looking at the photos because the ads are too annoying.

    I’m not sure I’m going to bother looking at the next post you put up.

  12. Yulia says:

    What in the world is with the ads on every single picture?!

  13. Mizz... (A) says:

    i don´t see any ads here?

  14. The Kingfish says:

    Nor do I.

  15. Musa says:

    They were here but gone now.

  16. Humidor says:

    Awesome sculptures..

  17. An says:

    They did kinda fail the clock statue, by leaving the huge crack in middle..

  18. Really nice pictures. Would love to go there on my honeymoon … Hope the wife had to find the tour interesting

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