Sacred Geometry at the Beach


H/T to loyal TBTP follower Aubrie Rudnick for this post.

With commonplace leaf rakes and rope, San Francisco artist Andres Amador creates extraordinary temporary masterpieces on the beaches of California and Mexico. Even though it takes hours to form the enormous geometric patterns, Amador is philosophical about the transitory nature of his work. In fact, the realization that the arresting designs only survive until high tide somehow makes them more poignant and appealing.


You can see more of Amador’s remarkable work on his website and even purchase photo prints of his temporary installations.









all images © Andres Amador

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2 Responses to Sacred Geometry at the Beach

  1. Kelci Reedy says:

    This is so cool. Thank you for sharing!

  2. restlessjo says:

    Wow, Brian- this is incredible! What a great morning to put it on Twitter 🙂

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