Artist Uses Huge Sand Canvas

It’s a race against the tide for this artist who spends hours carving intricate artworks in the sand – only for them to be washed away by the sea just hours later.Andres Amador spends hours painstakingly carving giant doodles on the beach some spanning a massive 300 by 500 foot.The American artist carefully sketches each pattern and geometric design in a sketchbook before re-creating the grand design in the sand using nothing more than a garden rake.

It's a race against the tide for this artist who spends hours carving intricate artworks in the sand - only for them to be washed away by the sea just hours later.Andres Amador spends hours painstakingly carving giant doodles on the beach some spanning a massive 300 by 500 foot.The American artist carefully sketches each pattern and geometric design in a sketchbook before re-creating the grand design in the sand using nothing more than a garden rake.

It's a race against the tide for this artist who spends hours carving intricate artworks in the sand - only for them to be washed away by the sea just hours later.Andres Amador spends hours painstakingly carving giant doodles on the beach some spanning a massive 300 by 500 foot.The American artist carefully sketches each pattern and geometric design in a sketchbook before re-creating the grand design in the sand using nothing more than a garden rake.

It's a race against the tide for this artist who spends hours carving intricate artworks in the sand - only for them to be washed away by the sea just hours later.Andres Amador spends hours painstakingly carving giant doodles on the beach some spanning a massive 300 by 500 foot.The American artist carefully sketches each pattern and geometric design in a sketchbook before re-creating the grand design in the sand using nothing more than a garden rake.

It's a race against the tide for this artist who spends hours carving intricate artworks in the sand - only for them to be washed away by the sea just hours later.Andres Amador spends hours painstakingly carving giant doodles on the beach some spanning a massive 300 by 500 foot.The American artist carefully sketches each pattern and geometric design in a sketchbook before re-creating the grand design in the sand using nothing more than a garden rake.