Jacky Wu's 'Polar Ice Tray' Lets You Channel Inuit Culture

By: Nika Kubiak - Published: Apr 24, 2009 • References: inukshukgallery & yankodesign
Designer Jacky Wu came up with a brilliant idea for the ice tray. Her 'Polar Ice Tray' features very modern pebble-shaped black exteriors that are designed for Inukshuk-shaped ice cubes.

The coolest part about it is the ice's design. Just poor the water, freeze it and voila--your Inukshuk ice is ready. Let’s not forget that the famous stone sculpture is the official emblem of the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.

With a drink in hand, chilled by super-ice in your glass, you’ll have extra fun knowing that the traditional meaning of the Inukshuk is "Someone was here," or "You are on the right path." Stats for Inukshuk Ice Sculptures Trending: Older & Mild
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