Team Members: Antigoni Anna Anastasopoulou, Larisa Melnikova, Ushma Nichani, Andreana Papantoniou The technology represents a process of interaction between ice and wax. The energy exchange between the two materials results the appearance of a new quality. Ice is melting, while wax is getting solid acquiring the shape of the ice. The insert of the experiments was to be able to make wax structures of organic forms with the help of a support material that could later be extracted to return only the simple wax structures formed. For this purpose, we used ice as ice cylinders and icecles to test how wax would harden around these. The advantage of using ice as a support material is that not only does it quickly harden the wax but also, it melts naturally at room temperature and flows out to reveal the emergent wax formations.