How to build a $1.5 million ice sculpture pedestals
The IceCube project will help people visualize the impact of global warming on the ice that supports their homes and businesses, according to the IceCube Foundation.
The foundation will unveil the project today.
“This is going to be the first time in the history of this foundation that we’re actually doing this in a way that really doesn’t require a lot of money, that is actually making an impact,” said Robyn Friesen, the executive director of the foundation.
“The more that we do this, the better we can get our foundation to be able to do that.”
The IceCube pedestals are a project of the Ice Cube Foundation, an international philanthropic organization founded by famed artist Alex Ross.
The Ice Cube project was started in 2000 as an international collaboration between Ross and his collaborators, the Norwegian architects Jens Stolpe and Peter Worsberg.
Friesen said the foundation is pleased with the first IceCube site.
It was initially designed for the ice cubes that line the shoreline of Lake Baikal in Russia, but the project evolved into a larger project.
The foundation plans to continue to work on the project, as the world’s ice continues to melt, but said it hopes to bring the project to more cities in the future.
Frieden said it was important to show the project’s impact on the world because it will help communities understand how climate change impacts the planet.
“If you are an ice sculpture that’s going to help people, then we’re talking about a very large amount of ice,” she said.
“And the more ice that’s in that ice, the bigger the impact is going have.
So I think that’s very important for us to be doing this.”
The foundation will also unveil a new video about the project.
The video, titled IceCube: The Biggest Ice Cube Project, will be available to watch online at icifund.org, and will also be available on YouTube and in the Icecube Foundation’s app.
The Ice Cube pedestals will also appear in a new documentary, IceCube, which will air on PBS in December.
The film will be about IceCube’s impact in the Arctic, and explores how the foundation began its work on IceCube.