April 28, 2010 |
In: Art, Awesome, Beautiful, Nature
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Artist Jim Denevan creates large-scale beach drawings using a simple driftwood stick. He walks around 30 miles for 7 hours a day creating unbelievable geometric patterns.
Wicked stuff! I’d like to know where these beaches are though!
So lovely..seen by so few… doesn’t seem right.
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check out this dude
Even if no one saw it, it’s beautiful, and he made it, and that’s what art is for. The futility of the beach art makes me sad. I can’t even draw a stick figure with straight limbs.
Great stuff. Reminds me of things you’d see on the Nazca Plains in Peru.
COOL–I love it—love the fact that it's there and gone–
Drawings on this scale were made centuries ago in desert ares where time and tide would not destroy Don't you realize the ancient astronaut believers have PROVEN no human being could make art like this with simple tools? and if they could, they wouldn't never, no way impossible, uh -uh So this man must be alien from another star. :p
Jim Denevan is really a great artist. Not only is he an artist but also a creative one. He's just superb.
Thanks for posting his works.
Ross Galan, NLP Spiirtual Life Coach
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