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Castles of Ice: splendid sculpture and photography series by Frankie Carino

“Castles of Ice” is a magnificent and eye-catchy sculpture and photography series by Frankie Carino, an Arizona-born photographer and sculptor based in Los Angeles. In this series, he captures beautiful pictures of carved and naturally shaped ice sculptures, exploring the relationship between humans and geology.

I loved this idea of making massive ice sculptures just to melt away and rebuild the following year. (…) A collection of wonderful people work hard behind a hotel to create this uniquely human landscape. The construction requires a huge amount of water and human power, arguably an irresponsible amount, seeing the entire thing is gone by April. But the result is a beautiful display of humans’ deep fascination with minerals.

Frankie Carino

More info: Website, Instagram (h/t: Booooooom).

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Curated by Leandro Limolive

CEO-founder of Visualflood. A Brazil-based amateur fine art photographer, among other things, who loves visual arts, nature, science, and innovative technologies. You can follow me on Facebook and Instagram.

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