Carlsbad Beach Fest 2011 was another great event this year! Archisand teamed up with several local volunteers to create this way cool rendition of the event poster in sand. complete with the ” Hang Loose” hand, fish and music notes. To view a real nice story about the event from Local Media, click HERE
Archisand built this way cool sand castle and logo for the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA).
Anaheim California and the Anaheim Convention Center was the setting for this outdoor event. With the addition of some cool lighting effects, this sand sculpture was truly amazing. To see the photos click HERE or on the photo below.
Check out this cool time lapse video of the sand sculptures creation.
Archisand used the services of two tractors to create this “Super Sized” logo for the Hughes Corporation, HUG, Talk Listen learn event.
Camp Pendleton in Southern California was the setting for the event. A great sunset welcomed the visitors to the gathering. Click HERE, or on the photo below, to check out the cool photos from the day capturing the creation of the event
Check out this way cool time lapse video of the days creation.
As a part of the premier of Disney Nature’s African Cats Movie, and Earth Day, Archisand created this way cool depiction of the featured Cheetah and her cubs in sand. Downtown Disney was the setting for an outdoor event to promote Earth Day and the African Cats Movie. Local Boys and Girls clubs were invited to share the fun.
To find out more about how you can help save the Savanna click Here. To see the African Cats Movie trailer click Here.
Click here or on the photo below to check out the images of the sculptures creation.
This WAY COOL Time Lapse Video clip of the sculptures creation is fun to watch and share.
Archisand took 3 days to construct the 25 ton Sand Sculpture for the 20th Annual California Poppy Festival in Lancaster California.
The design was based on the event logo and attractions. Special thanks to the City of Lancaster and their dedicated staff for their help in the sculptures construction. To check out the cool photos click here or on the photo below. that will take you to our Flickr photo host site.
Even cooler is the time lapse video captured at the event. It will show you in about a minute what took us 3 days to construct.