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Sand Graffiti: DAIM on the Beach

Sand Graffiti: DAIM on the Beach

Famous German 3D graffiti artist Mirko Reisser aka DAIM, who is well-known also from posters and TV, just spent a day at a beach. Probably because the sun was long in coming, DAIM started to build his version of a proper drip castle – a sand graffiti showing his name in his well-known three-dimensional style…

On his own admission, it took him 6 hours to build this great, but still somehow unsteady letter sculpture. Whereas it just took 30 minutes for the sea to destroy it again. For that reason, you maybe could call this result of a graffiti maestro playing at the beach a temporary sand graffiti installation or just an urban sandcastle!

If you want to know more about DAIM himself, check out the interview, ilovegraffiti did with him two years ago. Here are some of the photos, DAIM published on Facebook:

Sand Graffiti: DAIM on the Beach
Sand Graffiti: DAIM on the Beach
Sand Graffiti: DAIM on the Beach

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  1. Daim = Genius.

    If Dali were alive today he’d follow Daim’s work!

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