Two artists are encasing an abandoned Detroit house in ice to draw attention to the nation's housing crisis. (Paul Sancya / AP Photo)
Two artists have made an ice sculpture of a sort by spraying water on an abandoned Detroit house and allowing it to freeze to create what they call "Ice House Detroit."
The house is supposed to be a meditation on the housing and foreclosure crisis in Detroit and beyond. I know it's an obvious pun, but it's a very cool project.
The artists — photographer Gregory Holm and architect Matthew Radune — have a website worth checking out.