Iceculture has assembled hundreds of ice bars like this one to publicize Ketel One, a premium Dutch vodka, at sporting events such as the Master’s golf tournament. (Iceculture Inc.)
The Pontiac Ice Maze, built for the 2005 Canadian Auto Show, had 2,000 blocks and briefly earned Iceculture a place in the Guinness Book of World Records. (Iceculture Inc.)
This ice restaurant in Dubai was built from blocks created by Iceculture Inc. of Hensall, Ont., and shipped in pieces in refrigerated containers to the emirate. (Iceculture Inc.)
Iceculture Inc. created this scale model of a Mini Cooper out of ice. (Iceculture Inc.)
Julian Bayley (back left) and his wife, Ann Bayley (bottom right), who died in January, turned a hobby into Iceculture Inc., a multi-million-dollar business exporting ice blocks and sculptures. Their children Heidi Bayley (left), who is company president, Christine Rose (centre), the vice-president of sales and secretary treasurer, and Sam Bayley, vice-president of operations, now run the company. (Iceculture Inc.)
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