Students enjoy a day at Tybee Island building sand sculptures, reliefs, and castles for the annual Sand Arts Festival.
Sand castle on a cliff being build by a team of architecture majors, Davis Harrop, Jonathan Walker, and Evan Kuster.
Micheal Beals, a second-year photography major, and Jordan Hodges, a second-year historic preservation major, work on their entry “Mer Horse.”
Kuster, Walker, Harrop begin working on the fine details of their sand castle.
Anh Phn, Lin Dang, Olga Kulikova, all first-year architecture students, and Duge Yol, a first-year film student, work on their iglo entry.
Illustration majors Alexia Galton and Mica Low, along with graphic design major Sam Foth work on their porcupine sculpture.
The Mer Horse as it nears completion.
Entry by August Harrison-Early, Jabari Shabazz, a second-year animation student, and Michael Delpup, a third-year graphic design student.
The finished castle by Harrop, Walker, and Kuster.
The finished “Mer Horse” by Beals and Hodges.
The tide comes in, taking the sand art out.
Contact Joseph Jacob.