Suntory unveils incredible miniature ice sculptures

23rd April, 2014 by Amy Hopkins - This article is over multiple pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Japanese whisky brand Suntory has launched a new advertising campaign featuring a number of intricate miniature ice sculptures such as an astronaut and the Statue of Liberty.

Suntory miniature ice sculptures

Suntory has unveiled an incredible series of miniature ice sculptures as part of its 3D on the Rocks campaign

The brand’s 3D on the Rocks campaign saw consumers submit their suggestions for miniature ice sculpture designs created using 3D printing.

Japanese creative agency TBWA/Hakuhodo created the intricate sculptures – small enough to fit into a whisky tumbler – using the latest cutting edge technology.

Sculptures created include a mermaid, high-heeled shoe, a bust of Abraham Lincoln and a Buddhist temple.

Suntory has recently launched an advertisement featuring the temple.

Click on the link below to see the advertisement, and click through the following pages to see pictures of all of the incredible miniature ice sculptures.

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