Welcome to my website
Hello, my name is Adam Pieśniewski and I'm the founder of Ostre Cięcie, a company specialized in spectacular ice carving shows, creating ice sculptures, ice bars, large ice structures, as well as carrying out professional ice carving workshops with training for the gathered guests. Nearly 11 years of experience in the ice sculpture industry allows me to present to you my newly designed, original ice attractions without any hesitation.
Largest events in Poland
I can easily say that during this time, I have used over 275 tons of ice only for ice carving shows. My creations added splendour to some of the largest events in Poland. I have worked for many agencies and artists, achieving success with every project. Now I guarantee you Ice Sharp Cut during every spectacular carving show.
Speed and precision
At the moment, I am probably the fastest ice sculptor in Poland. My sculptures are ready within 13 minutes. SPEED ! PRECISION ! SHARP CUT ! Welcome, Adam Pieśniewski
Polish records : www.polskierekordy.pl
After several weeks of preparations, on 8th March, after 8 hours of hard work, an over 3-metre tall ice sculpture stood in the courtyard of the Inferno club in Sosnowiec.
Atmospheric conditions, rain and temperature over zero degrees did not prevent the artist, Adam Pieśniewski, from beating the Polish record for the largest ice sculpture in Poland. This was officially confirmed by Mr Dionizy Zejer from the Unusual Record Control Society.
Adam Pieśniewski is the founder of Ostre Cięcie, a company specialized in spectacular ice carving shows, creating ice sculptures, ice bars, large ice structures, as well as carrying out professional ice carving workshops with training for the gathered guests. Makita is particularly proud of the champion, because he chose our tools for beating his record. “The chain power and speed have been driven by Makita and Rafmex for years” (Rafał Gieracz, dealer from Siemianowice Śląskie)
The inhabitants of Sosnowiec and other places were able to admire the work for the following few days, thanks to the return of the winter.