Calvin Seibert should have been on an episode of “Sand Masters” with his avant-garde sand churches, museums, and other Brutalist buildings. “I always had an affinity for architecture which I attribute to growing up in a neighborhood and town that was constantly under construction,”  he says and also admits that he‚Äôs always been more […]
When Andrew van der Merwe began drawing designs on sand he used a stick, but the result of that was messy markings on the ground. So over the course of ten years, he has developed his own instruments to scoop sand which allow him to create crisp v-cut letters and more. You can view his […]
New Zealand artist Jamie¬†Harkins has gain quite a reputation word wide for his outside street art. But it is his specialist work done on the beaches of his homeland that has truly captured the imaginations of people all over the world. Everything from diving boards, castles, toasters and spaceships have been rendered in the sand […]
These unique sand sculptures were built by Calvin Seibert during his free time. The artist has spent a day here and there constructing the castles, but he wishes, he could spend 6 weeks on the beach doing a lot more! Photos ¬© Calvin Seibert Via Colossal
Wow, talk about grandiose sand sculptures! These works of art were made for an annual exhibition at the Sand Museum in Tottori Dunes, Japan. The theme is “Great Britain,” which is in honor of the London 2012 Olympic Games.
It would probably be simpler to draw these organic patterns on the ground with chalk, however, artist Joe Mangrum prefers to use sand as his medium. His inspiration comes from daily life, e.g. from a spectator’s comment to the type of weather that day. And the incredible part is that Mangrum improvises all of his […]
“Sand Carpets” is a project by design studio Muurbloem. “Patterns plays an important roll in the Muurbloem collection. They have researched traditional patterns from throughout the ages and combine old world painting craftsmanship with modern digital design.”