Artist and beach enthusiast Calvin Seibert has been busy at the beach completing a new series of his geometrically precise sand castles on the beaches of Hawaii. A professional sculptor by trade, Seibert uses angular shapes similar to that seen from Bauhaus architecture and architects like Frank Gehry.
We have no idea how he’s able to control the sand so well – he must be some sort of wizard. It puts my traditional method of wet-sand-in-a-bucket-upside-down to shame. You can see more of his work over the last few years by clicking here.