It’s one of the most popular puzzles ever invented.
But for the man used to making Rubik’s cube world records, shuffling squares around on a traditional model is not quite exciting enough.
Tony Fisher built the smallest ever version of the puzzle in 2010, which was a tiny 5.6 millimetres wide.
In 2016 he turned his hand to constructing the biggest version known to man – measuring a whopping 1.75 metres.
And now he has created a Rubik’s cube made from ice.
Awe-inspiring footage, captured on 19 December in Ipswich, shows him shuffling the icy compound round in his fingers as if it were made from plastic.
Made from silicone rubber moulds, it bears a striking resemblance to the classic multicoloured version.
He then drops it in a pot of simmering water and it slowly melts down, the intricate construction gradually disappearing in a puff of steam.
Awe-inspiring footage, captured on 19 December in Ipswich, shows Tony Fisher shuffling his ice Rubik’s cube around in his fingers
The 90-second clip shows the puzzle fanatic inspecting his clever invention, which makes a crunching noise as he turns it in his hands
Lifelong puzzle fanatic Tony has always had his sights on making a name for himself.
‘Ever since I was very young I wanted to get into the Guinness Book of Records,’ he wrote on his website.
‘It was the only book I had ever enjoyed reading and all the others just bored me.’
After the puzzler melts it down in the simmering water, it’s delicate internal structure is revealed
What appears to be a six-sided metal frame lies inside it, holding the icy cubes together
In the captivating 90-second clip, Tony films himself spinning the icy segments of the cube.
A slight crunching noise can be heard as he swivels the pieces in all directions.
After the puzzler melts it down in water, it’s delicate internal structure is revealed.
What appears to be a six-sided metal frame lies inside, holding the icy cubes together.
The footage ends with Tony plucking the structure from the dish, letting the last few remnants of his clever design drip away.