October 20, 2013
New Zio Ziegler in downtown Vegas
Spot the moose
I love it!
This must have taken a long time to do!
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Love the colours!!
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That’s a beautiful Mandala!
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Is that Union Square in New York. My son the artist who has a masters in art works at the Petco in the square… Chris
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Awesome. I am surprised I have not seen any sand artists in Boulder.
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thats so cool art i like it
Looks like a star, but then each corner appears to have a lobster claw on the end-very unique!!!!
How did you do that? Looks so cool!
The other “points” look like rosebuds.
art work on the street
I love your pictures. I always wonder if you just stumble on to these things, or if you’re more observative than me.
Agree on your assessment of (1) the photography of these rare artistic gems and (2) the sand artistry itself. Can you imagine the dedication one must have to put everything you love into a piece of art, then realize that it has only a moment of appreciation before it disappears forever? I compare this act as a reflection of Nature in the sacrifice of a beautiful flower to procreate the species and/or food provision for another species’ survival. Awesome!
This is called ‘Rangoli’ in India and been done for thousands of years. Very intricate designs for having fun and bringing good feelings.
This photo is beautiful! This is incredible talent – thanks for sharing!
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its realy beautiful design
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It looks amazing… we call this type of art with sand powder as “Kolam ” or “Rangoli” in India….
wow! its amazing! Wish I could see that for real!
This is just sand? Wow! I enjoy drawing every now and then, but this takes the cake, yo! I’m jealous of that skill.
Yep it’s Rangoli and its very popular in India. You should see during festival season all front entrances of the houses are covered with colorful Rangolis. I used to do it when I was in my teens, not as good but loved it so much
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Love the neon-glowing edges, like crab claws! This really “grabbed” me!
Such a wonderful talent! Thanks for sharing and adding some color into this gray autumnal day.
This is sooooo cool. How did he do that? It reminds me of the chalk drawing in “Tangled.” I love that movie! I wonder how long he procrastinated before he actually did the project. It would take me weeks to get around to something that complicated! How long does this stuff last?
Pretty. Love the vibrant colors!
Beautiful. Love the vibrant colors.
Yes. That is what caught my eyes too!
Very nice..I myself make this during the festive season at my house. we call it “Rangoli” ( a design with colors) here in India.
Very nice indeed..I myself make this during the festive season at my house. we call it “Rangoli” ( a design with colors) here in India.
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amazing….. artist on the road, i’am like that….
I can draw a solid stick figure, I mean, if you want me to but seriously the one thing I would change is my lack of artistic ability
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eso es a lo que yo llamo arte
This is gorgeous. I love how bright the sand is compared to how chalk would have shown up.
Nice work Joe. Thanks for sharing!
i love art works down there.
beautiful! Love the colors. And love that art is everywhere!!
como lo han pintado
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i love it.. wau!
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so sweet. get me to a bigger city.
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Would take a lot of patience to do this. Very intricate!
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This is nice
Oh so beautiful! Thank goodness there’s a great photographer around to capture the image of fleeting environmental art!
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is ds a tatooooooo wonderfulll thing
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awesome and artistic!
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Wow, Incredible and that from sand. Who would have thought
How does it not get damaged, or is there some device the artist uses to prevent the art he created from deteriorating?
What kind of camera did you use?
i love ur color scheme
eso esta lindo se llama arte del bueno
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A star with crab- or lobster-like pincers!
The sand man there is one on union sq ny, ny
If i’d read more, i would’ve noticed this was taken at union sq :/ lol hope you enjoyed your NY stay
thats so amazing art i liked
that is so cool
It looks really great !!!!!!!!!!
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this is pretty cool
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Republicou isso em colagem liberdade.
Está to guapo el dibujo ese en el suelo
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