Calvin Seibert is a New York-based artist and sand castle genius who is behind these amazingly intricate geometric forms sculpted with sand. Actually he begins with an indefinite concept of building something different by following his imagination and let the sandy form naturally pop up.
The results are fantastic shapes that look like they’re from another world. They can feature sprawling plains, industrial complexes, geometric blocks, sharp angles, honeycombed walls, or smooth curves.
Using just his hands and a plastic spackling tool, Seibert carefully molds the delicate sand into sculptures that take hours or even days to complete. When asked about his method and what he uses to keep the sand together, Seibert just said, “Water is all you need with sand.
Careful packing of the surfaces and lot’s of experience with how to handle those edges is really all it is.”