The ice sculpture competitions are held all over the world, they are usually held in winter. They are of course present in France but the most famous are located in Poland, Canada, Russia, Japan. The most prestigious, located in Alaska is the world championship where we could have the surrounding temperature -45° Celsius to 15 tons of ice per team; physical and mental abilities are put to test high!

Ice on Whyte 2018

Poznan 2016

Poznan 2012

At competitions, we confront us with the biggest ice sculptors in the world who return more or less every year; we are a little less than a hundred. It is interesting to share its knowledge and techniques of each but also to share unforgettable moments with this great family of enthusiasts. The ice sculpture is not only a passion, it has also become a “sport”: indeed in recent years the ice sculpture is part of the Olympic Winter Games, but in parallel.

Ottawa 2007

World Championship 2007


World Champion
Gaeta - Italy
2020, 2023

Obtaining of the « Canada Cup »
Canada’s most prestigious ice carving award

Gold Medal – International Championship
Ottawa – Canada
2017, 2013, 2009

Silver Medal – International Championship
Poznan – Pologne

Silver Medal – World Championship
Fairbanks – Alaska
2010, 2011

Gold Medal – International Championship
Ottawa – Canada
2009, 2013

Gold Medal – International Championship
Poznan – Pologne
2007, 2008, 2012

Silver Medal – International Championship
Ottawa – Canada
2004, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012

Guinness Record (Dubaï)
Participation in the largest
sculpture in the world of 12.28m

Sculptors’ Award
Olympic Winter Games of Vancouver - Canada

Gold Medal – Championship France

Gold Medal - Cup France
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