San Francisco’s Andres Amador is an earth-scape artist. With nothing more than a rake, Amador is able to produce geometric designs and patterns onto beaches during the low tide. It takes him around 2 hours to etch his designs, all around an estimated 90,000 sqft in size. Amador explains that the temporariness of his artwork does not bother him, but that it actually accentuates the enjoyable process instead of the result.
If you live in San Francisco (or are visiting on a trip), make sure to see his upcoming workshop this Sunday, July 27th from 6-8am (low tide is early this day!)
Registration and details here.