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Scenes From a Sold-Out Exhibition….
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The Museum of Ice Cream has popped up in the heart of New York’s Meatpacking District at 100 Gansevoort Street with a lick-able, likeable, shareable ice cream-centric experience through the end of August. Curated by a collective of ice cream obsessed designers, artists, and friends, the museum is filled with serious eye candy to make your heart melt…

Here are some highlights!

Photo by  Ruben Chamorro

A collaborative, massive ice cream sundae \\\ Photo by Ruben Chamorro

Ice cream cone lighting cluster \\\ Photo by George Etheredge — The New York Times/Redux

Ice cream cone lighting cluster \\\ Photo by George Etheredge — The New York Times/Redux

Seesaw on an ice cream scooper  \\\ Photo by George Etheredge — The New York Times/Redux

Seesaw on an ice cream scooper \\\ Photo by George Etheredge — The New York Times/Redux

Waffle cone installation wall \\\ Photo by George Etheredge — The New York Times/Redux

Waffle cone installation wall \\\ Photo by George Etheredge — The New York Times/Redux

Ceramic ice cream sculpture by Anna Barlow

Ceramic ice cream sculpture by Anna Barlow

Swimmable rainbow ‘sprinkle’ pool \\\ Photo courtesy If it's hip, it's here

Swimmable rainbow ‘sprinkle’ pool \\\ Photo courtesy If it’s hip, it’s here

Melting bench & ice cream sandwich swing for two… \\\ Photo by Ruben Chamorro

Melting bench & ice cream sandwich swing for two… \\\ Photo by Ruben Chamorro

Pinch Food Design, the duo of Bob Spiegel and TJ Girard, is a top-tier NYC culinary veterans with extensive experience in event catering and design. Pinch writes the Design Milk column called Taste.