Rainbow-colored igloo


21 Responses to “Rainbow-colored igloo”

  1. L_Mariachi says:

    Wow, a “girlfriend in Canada” who actually exists!

    • semiotix says:

      Yeah, but the igloo project seems to have been cleverly designed to sabotage the relationship, so we’ll see.

      “Tee hee! My mom got us the stuff to make a cool igloo in the back, and when you’re done building it, we can sneak in there for sexytime!”

      • • • 48 HOURS LATER • • • 

      “Aren’t you done building that goddamn thing yet?”
      “Almost, but I can’t feel my genitalia. I don’t understand, it’s supposed to be warmer than this!”

      Pretty crafty, guy’s Canadian girlfriend’s mom!

      • ocker3 says:

         It looks like it needs two sleeping bags zipped together for the occupants, and a nice strong door for some privacy

    • ocker3 says:

       Similar to have a ‘boyfriend in New Zealand’?

  2. Another Kevin says:

    An igloo out of ICE?  Brrrrr. They have to be built of snow to be effective. Ice is a very poor thermal insulator; snow is a fairly good one. Still, a cool project. (In more ways than one.)

  3. vonbobo says:

    are those milk cartons?

    I enjoyed this retro “how to”:

  4. jimmyungreek says:

    cool!   really!

  5. MarcVader says:

    That is not an igloo. That’s a house built of ice. This is an igloo: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/0c/Igloo.jpg

    • Paul Renault says:

      It’s not really an igloo unless you were wearing caribou skin clothes and sealskin boots while you were building it.  And if your pana was made by peeing a line in the snow.
      Details here:


      /The igloo in the photo is built from a series of rings, whereas an igloo is made from a continuous spiral of snow blocks.

      //That coloured igloo is cool though. 

      ///I once made a polar bear out of snow and ice for a girlfriend.  One of these days, I’ll have to digitize the photo.

    • Looks like a snow cave to me.

  6. bcsizemo says:

    For some reason I’m expecting to see a nerdier version of this.  Multi-colored LEDs embedded in the ice blocks connected to an Arduino controller synced to a laptop all while choreographed to Trans Siberian Orchestra…

  7. euansmith says:


  8. Now do a Tiffany Lamp pattern


  9. Aargh-a-Knot says:

    Wait. I don’t remember making all these yellow ones…

  10. saint_al says:

    I’m picturing one made of frozen Kool-Aid just for flavoring fun- a Popsicle effect.

  11. ocker3 says:

    nitpic: “an engineer student”

    engineering surely?

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