Tim Linhart makes musical instruments from an unlikely material: ice. Around 20 years ago, the ice sculptor from Colorado liked what he heard after playing a string bass he carved for himself. Inspired, he ended up founding Ice Music, an orchestra of frozen violins, cellos, basses, and more.
To keep Linhart's fragile "ICEstruments" from melting, Ice Music's members perform in a specially designed igloo concert hall in Luleå, in Swedish Lapland. Watch them perform a variety of songs in the video below, courtesy of P2 Photography.
[h/t The Kid Should See This]