Incredible Sculpted 3D Ice Cubes: 3D on the Rocks

Japanese whiskey company Suntory Whiskey has created the most beautifully sculpted ice cubes we’ve ever come across. The project is named “3D on the Rocks”, the level of detail is extraordinary. The Zen Buddhist temple carved in the video below is mindbogglingly stunning.

TBWA\Hakuhodo used an app called Autodesk 123D to capture the 3D images and prepare them for the milling process. The CNC router used for carving the blocks, was cooled to -7 degrees Celsius to prevent the ice from melting.

Kinkaku-ji – Zen Buddhist Temple

Kinkaku-ji - Zen Buddhist Temple 3D Ice Cube
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Statue of Liberty

Statue of Liberty 3D Ice Cube
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Ring

Ring 3D Ice Cube
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Horse

Horse 3D Ice Cube
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Shark

Shark 3D Ice Cube
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David

David 3D Ice Cube
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Mario

Mario 3D Ice Cube
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Mickey Mouse

Mickey Mouse 3D Ice Cube
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Batman

Batman 3D Ice Cube
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Sphinx

Sphinx 3D Ice Cube
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Guitar

Guitar 3D Ice Cube
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Spaceman

Spaceman 3D Ice Cube
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Space Shuttle

Space Shuttle 3D Ice Cube
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Mermaid

Mermaid 3D Ice Cube
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Scorpion

Scorpion 3D Ice Cube
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Lion

Lion 3D Ice Cube
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Godzilla

Godzilla 3D Ice Cube
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Winged Victory

Winged Victory 3D Ice Cube
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Apple Computer

Apple Computer 3D Ice Cube
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Lincoln

Lincoln 3D Ice Cube
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Buddha

Buddha 3D Ice Cube
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Chair

Chair 3D Ice Cube
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High Heels

High Heels 3D Ice Cube
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Miwako Fujiwara of TBWA\Hakuhodo said “A touch of chilled whiskey polishes the surface of the ice and gives a beautiful shine to the sculpture” Each of these mini ice sculptures takes between one and six hours to complete, so we probably won’t be enjoying them in our local bar any time soon.

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Incredible Sculpted 3D Ice Cubes: 3D on the Rocks

Japanese whiskey company Suntory Whiskey has created the most beautifully sculpted ice cubes we’ve ever come across. The project is named “3D on the Rocks”, the level of detail is extraordinary. The Zen Buddhist temple carved in the video below is mindbogglingly stunning.

TBWA\Hakuhodo used an app called Autodesk 123D to capture the 3D images and prepare them for the milling process. The CNC router used for carving the blocks, was cooled to -7 degrees Celsius to prevent the ice from melting.

Kinkaku-ji – Zen Buddhist Temple

Kinkaku-ji - Zen Buddhist Temple 3D Ice Cube
via

Statue of Liberty

Statue of Liberty 3D Ice Cube
via

Ring

Ring 3D Ice Cube
via

Horse

Horse 3D Ice Cube
via

Shark

Shark 3D Ice Cube
via

David

David 3D Ice Cube
via


Mario

Mario 3D Ice Cube
via

Mickey Mouse

Mickey Mouse 3D Ice Cube
via

Batman

Batman 3D Ice Cube
via

Sphinx

Sphinx 3D Ice Cube
via

Guitar

Guitar 3D Ice Cube
via

Spaceman

Spaceman 3D Ice Cube
via

Space Shuttle

Space Shuttle 3D Ice Cube
via

Mermaid

Mermaid 3D Ice Cube
via

Scorpion

Scorpion 3D Ice Cube
via

Lion

Lion 3D Ice Cube
via

Godzilla

Godzilla 3D Ice Cube
via

Winged Victory

Winged Victory 3D Ice Cube
via

Apple Computer

Apple Computer 3D Ice Cube
via

Lincoln

Lincoln 3D Ice Cube
via

Buddha

Buddha 3D Ice Cube
via

Chair

Chair 3D Ice Cube
via

High Heels

High Heels 3D Ice Cube
via

Miwako Fujiwara of TBWA\Hakuhodo said “A touch of chilled whiskey polishes the surface of the ice and gives a beautiful shine to the sculpture” Each of these mini ice sculptures takes between one and six hours to complete, so we probably won’t be enjoying them in our local bar any time soon.

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