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Beach artist creates the most intricate designs and then waits for them to be washed away by the tide

The artist uses his location on the coast of Royan as a place to produce his beach art.

Beach artist creates the most intricate designs and then waits for them to be washed away by the tide
Cover Image Source: Instagram / Jbenart

The Earth becomes a massive canvas for land painters' magnificent creations. JBen, a French artist, creates his gigantic beach art from his site on the shore of Royan. His ephemeral designs are detailed, especially given their size, and cover a wide range of topics. He carves spirals in the sand at times, while other times his works are character-driven and incorporate characters such as Sonic the Hedgehog. Regardless of the subject matter, each is executed with a level of accuracy that can only be completely understood when viewed from above. Beach designs by JBen vary in size from 100 to 330 feet wide.

They are carried out without a firm plan. The landscape will frequently inform the composition, especially if pieces work with the curve of the rocky shoreline or are sandwiched between dunes. Each is a show, and time is of the essence; JBen has just four hours to produce a one-of-a-kind design between the tides, according to My Modern Met. The land artist uses a drone to photograph all of his completed works. Because he doesn't have time to spare during the process, this is the first time JBen views his finished product from above. Then it's time to savour it before it's devoured by the sea. Scroll down to see some of his most impressive works and follow him on Instagram to see what he’s working on next.

 

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