Custom Ice Sculptures in Los Angeles

Let LA Ice Art, a Los Angeles based ice sculpture company, create an exquisite
custom 3D ice sculpture for your special event. Hand-carved ice sculptures rely on
artistry, skill, and specific experience with design for ice, which often is key to a
stunning ice sculpture. Clients in search of incredible ice art for their special
occasion can rely on LA Ice Art and talented ice artist Rex Covington for creative
advise relating to this unique and sensational art form. Make your event the talk of
the town, and peruse our vast portfolio of works right here on this site to get ideas
and take your party to the next level.

We serve events in Los Angeles, Hollywood, and throughout California for
weddings, baby showers, birthdays, private parties, corporate events, red carpet
occasions, theme parties and much, much more.

Your vision is important to us and anything is possible, so have some fun and tell us
your ideas. Designing the impossible is what we do best, so a flying pig, a 10’ Polar
Bear, or a perfectly lit New York skyline ice sculpture is entirely doable. We love a
good challenge and know the craft from the very beginning when water is frozen
into crystal clear ice blocks, to the end when amazing ice art is lit and displayed
raising the elegance and excitement of any event.

Whether your needs include an intricate and detailed logo with multiple colors, a
custom themed ice bar, or a Spiral Luge for a luxurious pour, our services cover all
your ice sculpture needs.

With LA Ice Art, our quality and professionalism are held to the highest standard
of excellence. Our ice carving presentation gear includes waterproof rental lights,
drainage trays and display equipment. Please contact LA  Ice Art for a quote today.

Using plenty of ice grafted together to capture the entire round shape of a giant football, this one is close to 300 lbs and difficult to pickup for a few reasons. (3’x 2’x 2’H)
Football ice sculpture
One block male torso (20”X 40”H)
Male nude ice sculpture
Egyptians probably didn’t have ice blocks to sculpt, but if they did, they might have done this. (20”x 40”H)
King Tutt mask in ice
This was a three-block sculpture for the Chinese New year in 2017. It was very heavy (400 lbs.) and took 7 men, all very determined, to place it on it’s display perch.   (3’x 3’x 6”H)
Monkey ice sculpture
This is a 2 block sculpt with logo engraved. (40”x 40”H)  Theme parties involving the mystique of Studio 54 keep popping up in my world, and I’m always happy to make it happen.       This party, which was held at The Madonna Inn, San Luis Obispo, featured Debbie Harry from Blondie singing with her band to the very excited party goers which included myself, and Ice Wrangler Hall of Fame member, Tommy Blatnik.
NY skyline Studio 54 in ice
Presented at the famous Langham Huntington Pasadena Hotel, this sculpture was specifically requested by the host, and no it was not Ringo Starr.
Octopus ice sculpture
Presented at a Disney company party, this Frozen character was grafted together from two ice blocks, and adorned with stick from a tree, charcoal, and the fattest carrot I could find. (3’x 2’x 5’H)
Olaf-Frozen ice sculpture
An old school classic, I’ve been making this sculpt since the 80s. It’s an excellent 1 block sculpture for many themes.  (20”x 40”H)
Palm tree ice sculpture
Dog are fun to make and I must have been quite happy that this one came out so well using 1 block with grafts. (3’x 3’H)
Poodle ice sculpture with Rex
This was for a baby shower and a sculpture likeness of the woman. (20”x 40”H)
Pregnant woman in ice
2 block sculpt (4’x 2’x 3’H)
River boat with paddle wheel ice sculpture
I had the great pleasure to set up this 9' Giraffe under the wing of the Space Shuttle Endeavour tonight. The wing was only 5' above the giraffes' head, and you could read the numbers on all the tiles. My new tallest animal sculpt! Big thanks to Bear. 4 blocks design.
Giraffe ice sculpture
This was for a 70s party and it’s the only Rubix Cube I’ve ever made. The colorful lights underneath the ice brought things to life when the sun finally set. 2 block sculpt (2’x 2’x 3’H)
Rubix Cube ice sculpt
Using 3 blocks with grafts to make, this extinct animal came back to life on the very grounds that it used to dwell upon. LACMA prides itself on it’s tar pits, where scores of relic from the prehistoric age have been recovered. (7’x 4’H)
Saber tooth Tiger ice sculpture
For all Holiday events, a large cutout snowflake adds elegance and  a unique winter theme.  (40” diameter)  This sculpt can also serve well as an “on site” live demo piece. Call for pricing
Snowflake ice sculpture, 4’
One block ice sculpture of Eagle swooping down to grab a fish in talons.
Eagle with Fish
2 block version of this iconic statue.  (2’x 2’x 6’H)
Statue of David in ice
Standing proudly at 5 ½’ tall, this American icon is a popular ice sculpture choice. We have done this one in all sizes including 10’ tall for Seth McFarland.
Statue of Liberty in ice
2 block sculpt (40”x 40”)
Swordfish ice carving
This one was on display at UCLA for an international tennis tournament. It just so happens that Andre Agassi won it that year.
Trophy ice sculpture
Suitable for any tropical theme and sculpted from 1 block of ice. (20”x 40”H)
Tropical Fish ice sculpture
This sculpture goes way back to the 80s. I haven’t done one since, but maybe you’ll be the one?  1 block sculpt (20”x 40”)
Unicycle in ice.
Using a graft to connect separate pieces, this Disney inspired slipper ice sculpture was created with 1 block and then placed on an ice platter for a solid base. (Tray footprint  42”x 22”)  Total size of display  (4’x 2’x 3’H)
Glass slipper of Cinderella in ice
Photographed in the freezer before its royal appearance, this large vase was presented in a round tray with sub-lighting (provided by LA Ice Art) at a 5 star wedding. The floral bouquet on top of it was enormous. The table location however, had no power, so we placed the remote battery powered alternator rig under the table. This will give you 6-8 hours of lighting power no matter where you want your ice sculpture (rental item).  Vase dimensions: 20” diameter top x 42” height (raised 5” more on the light).  Tray footprint: 3’ diameter.
Royal Vase ice sculpture (20”x 42”H)
The zebra stripes here were created with snow fill in routed grooves. This concludes our A-Z photo list
Zebra in ice
Delta Gamma Sorority uses this anchor sculpt to commemorate it’s rush events, but mariners across the realm are reaching to fetch it’s uses. Recently one was lugified, but that’s another photo album.  1 ½ block ice sculpture (3’x 5’H)
Anchor ice sculpture
 This 6’ tall rendition of the Greek statue “Apollo “ was sadly used as a burn test dummy for Katy Perry’s Grammy performance rehearsal. Shortly after this photo was taken, the sculpture was immersed in flames and melted from 450 lbs. to 250 lbs. in less than 3 minutes. The fate of Apollo the God was not so cruel, but the show must go on.
Apollo in ice
The male version of this statue can get heavy in more ways than one.  Attempting to look like solid gold, this 3 block version was over 400 lbs., and measured (4’x 4’H x 2’)
Buddha ice sculpture
 Attempting to capture the exact form, this Warner Bros character was used for a photo shoot and future digital content. (20”x 40”H)
Bugs Bunny ice sculpture
This 2 block sculpture was for Mariah Carey’s Grammy after party in Hollywood, California, 2012 (4’x 4’H).  The lightbox (under the sculpture) has a blue gel which is reflecting off the snow filled etchings on the butterfly.
Butterfly ice sculpture, Mariah Carey
  This Texas style sculpt is created with 1 ½ blocks. Tray footprint (42”x 22”)
Cowboy hat ice sculpture
The crescent moon is a beautiful 1 block sculpture that really lends itself to the fantasy of large ice pearls and of course, caviar.  (20”x 40”H)
Crescent moon & pearls in ice
This sculpture can be done using 1, 2, or 3 blocks. I don’t recommend the 1 block version because the base footprint is supposed to be square. This image used 3 block which allows for a base piece under the tower frame. (3’x 3’x 6’H)
Eiffel Tower ice sculpture
Grammy parties in Los Angeles happen every year and this one featured many award winners from past and present. The sculpture was built in many pieces and the text work was hand done, not with CNC so this photo is a rare flash back to the way it used to be.
Gramophone ice sculpture
Two and three block animals are the best. The extra ice allows for the width and depth of the actual shape, like elephant ears. 4’x 2’x 3’H)
Elephant in ice
At 7’ tall, this one is sure to impress, but double check your ceiling height.
Empire State building ice sculpture
This one block sculpt was to honor the retiring gentleman who, you guessed it, loved to fish. (2’x 4’H)
Fisherman with pole ice sculpture
(2’x 4’H) Ice that look like fire is popular as it turns out.  Lit with gels.
Flames of ice
An early work from the 80s. 1 block, (2’x 4’H)
Hairstylist comb and scissor in ice
Sculpted for Coles French Dip in downtown Los Angeles, this bathtub was filled with gin and served with a ladle. It marked the anniversary of the end of prohibition when Coles became the first establishment in LA to serve alcohol. (4’x 3’x 3’H)
Ice bathtub
To my knowledge, NASA has not conducted these experiments, but this kangaroo ice luge, and this three tiered ice wedding cake with strawberries frozen inside might beg to differ.
Ice sculptures in space
This one block happy Dolphin sculpture was mercilessly blown up on the Jimmy Kimmel Live TV show on 9-28-18. The slow motion video can be seen on the Facebook page of LA Ice Art.
Happy Dolphin before being exploded
Fitting quite well into the shape of one sculpting block (20”x 40”H), this ornately sculpted instrument also featured the sorority’s Greek letters.
Lyre ice sculpture with Greek letters
(7’x 5’ 6”H) When people really love their dogs, they have them at their weddings and surround them with shrimp and oysters. I love dogs, so I get it. This photo was taken at the scenic Four seasons Hotel, Santa Barbara, CA.
Dog/Shrimp display
 I'm really into Dungeons & Dragons. Have been since '74. I even play an epic wizard character in a 3.5 campaign that I won't go into here. Needless to say, when "Jane the Virgin" (hot new TV series in production) called asking for a Merlin and a marlin, I said "You got it." This was total fun. Merlin (4'x 2'x 6'H), 3 blocks, 400 lbs.
Wizard ice sculpture
Samurai Jack is back! The cult following for this release event in downtown LA was around the block.   After a 12 year hiatus, creator Genndy Tartakovsky, whose inspirations include Akira Kurosawa, has returned to produce and direct the 5th and final season of the heroic Samurai Jack. Adult Swim/Cartoon Network is airing the first episode tonight, 3-11-17, 11pm. This american animated series is heralded for it's visual style and music. If you'd like a glimpse at it's premis, READ ON: Facebook  LA Ice Art
Samurai Jack ice sculpture