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Japanese creative agency TBWA\Hakuhodo recently applied CNC router technology to create a series of stunning ice cubes for Japanese whiskey company Suntory as part of an advertising campaign.

These "computer numerical control" carving machines take a design fed in by a computer and then use sharp tools to whittle a block of material such as wood or metal into the designated form.

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Photo by: TBWA\Hakuhodo

Space shuttle

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Shark

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Michelangelo's David

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Winged victory

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High-heeled shoe

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Mermaid

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Astronaut

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Diamond ring

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Statue of Liberty

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Kinkakuji temple

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Horse

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