Museum of Ice Cream is on a mission to inspire the world through ice cream. They create one-of-a-kind experiences and product that ignite the imagination. Their community is connected through one belief: Ice Cream will unite the world.
They create the MOIC: Movement Of Imagination & Creativity, from installations that ignite all five senses to products made to inspire, they were an experience-led company that believes ice cream has the power to change the world an anything is possible.
The Museum lies at the sensory intersection of sweet tooth and Instagram and is the highly anticipated West coast sequel to last summer’s New York showing. A few crowd-pleasers from the original presentation remain—like the oddly mesmerizing pool of sprinkles—but the bulk of the Museum features new ice cream-adjacent curiosities like a chocolate soil garden of mint, a Warholian cascade of bananas, and confectionary riffs on iconic Los Angeles locations.
A handful of the installations break from being elaborate serving stations for snacks and let artists inspired by ice cream do whatever they want. These include Abel Bentin’s neo-classical goth soft-serve meditation and Baker’s Son’s leaky flotilla of popsicles. There are ample opportunities for treats from local stars like McConnell’in addition to curious sponsored reprieves from Dove Chocolate, Lolli, and Soylent. Across the board, it’s a wildly playful and photogenic museum—take a look through our slideshow above.
The place is closed now but had such as inspirational so beautiful space that here in design gallerist we want to show to you that. And we never know if tomorrow they open again.
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