Glacial striations: 'Slice of Ice by Danny Seo' from Wilsonart

Wilsonart has launched the “Slice of Ice by Danny Seo” line. Influenced by the striations that have developed in glacial ice over thousands of years, the collection of nine designs was developed over the last two years and features “cracked ice” patterns in light icy blues, dark blues, and shades of gray, white and black.

The collection includes Sapphire Ice, a large-scale stone design with white and blue veining. Onyx Ice is a large-scale black stone design with large white and grey veining. Diamond Ice is a warm white large-scale stone design with large grey veining. White Iceberg is a large-scale white stone design with black and grey veining; and this design was created from actual photos of glaciers. Meanwhile, Blue Iceberg is a large-scale pale blue stone design with black veining; and this design and its coloration was also created from actual photos of glaciers.

Also part of the collection are: Polar Hex, an abstracted stone design made up of hexagons; Frozen Hex, which is a medium-scale abstracted stone design made up of hexagons in blues, greys, white and black; Arctic Voyage, a large-scale stone design in warm white and greys inspired by ice packs found in the Arctic sea; and Arctic Expedition, a medium grey and charcoal stone design was inspired by Arctic ice flows.

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The “Slice of Ice by Danny Seo” collection is available as part of the Wilsonart Virtual Design Library, an evolving curation of boutique laminates.

Photo credit: Wilsonart

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