A series of sand drawing interventions made in one of the world’s longest beaches. Located in Cox’s Bazar (Bangladesh) and with approximately 150 km in length, this natural beach is perfect for long walks along rough nature and unspoilt sandbanks. It is makes the perfect canvas for large scale sand drawings. These impermanent artworks were timely drawn in the sand at low tide and photographed by drone before the waves washed away the drawings. This photographic collection has been transformed into NFTs and can be acquired in Opensea.

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