Dear Colleagues:

Sometimes a picture says it all.

This issue of Marketing Coach celebrates remarkable creativity and talent around the world. We see how some have crafted great beauty and inspiration from nature's winter gifts.

Enjoy and stay warm!

Ice Wonderland Sculpture Festival (November 21 - January 4)

For this latest event, artists were asked to create their own interpretations of J.R.R. Tolkien's Hobbit stories.

World Ice Art Championships

Taking place in Fairbanks Alaska, this is the largest event of its kind, attended by more than 100 sculptors from 30 different countries every year and tens of thousands of spectators from all over the world.


Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival (January 5 - February 25)

Held in north-eastern China, sculptors have battling since 1963 to create the most outlandish ice art on the planet.


Valloire International Ice Sculpture Competitions (January 13-16)

The icy artworks, which can be realistic or more abstract, must be finished in 72 hours and use all the ice or snow provided.


Minnesota, USA (January 23)

Homemade creativity: The Bartz brothers in Brighton, Minnesota build a massive snow sculpture on their front lawn each year.


Sapporo Snow Festival (February 5-11, 2014)
This International Snow Sculpture Contest has been held since 1950.


Swedish Snow Sculpture Championships (January 21-25) in the town of Kiruna.


Schaffer Art Studios, January 2015
Facebook: Schaffer-Art-Studios


regular bar
new logo
Marketing Coach is a publication of Ivy Cohen Corporate Communications, Inc.
ICCC helps companies build brands and differentiate in a competitive market
through public relations, strategic communications and content marketing.

To find out how ICCC can help you and your company build your reputation

Join our Mailing List I Twitter I Visit Our Website I Printable Version