This artist uses low tide beaches around the world as a big canvas

This artist uses low tide beaches around the world as a big canvas.

Sam Dougados uses beaches as a street artist would use a wall, drawing with a simple rake. Looking for nices empty beaches around the world, he open our eyes on our surrounding, the simple beauty, and the urge to take care of the nature and enjoy it.

This artist uses low tide beaches around the world as a big canvas

This artist uses low tide beaches around the world as a big canvas

beach art, Marocco, Arabic design

 

 

Biarritz, beach, France.

Biarritz, beach, France.

Margate beach during a bolywood movie filming

Ré island, France

Sam Dougados is a French self-taught artist whose creative focal point is a form of land art which he appropriately calls beach art – a method of depicting form on beaches around the world during the periods of low tide.
He only use a rake at low tide as street artist would use a spray can on a wall.
The circumstances in which such a piece is placed effectively dooms it from the very start as the sea will inevitably swallow the entire artwork at one point – this fascinating ephemeral aspect underlines the sheer visual beauty of Sam’s art, making us appreciate it even more. Fortunately, the fascinating results of Dougados’ hard work are captured within the camera lenses, making sure that we are able to enjoy it even after the tide claims the artwork back within hours of its completion.
His photo are then printed in limited copies on brushed aluminium for its specific light wich enhanced his work.
Nina K.

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Beach art, ephemeral graffitis on the beach around the world

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