Breathtaking Sand Sculptures at the Museum of Sand

Apr 11 2012

This is the world's first museum of sand. These masterpieces are created for the 2013 exhibit. All of the sculptures have been made in theme of "United Kingdom" to commemorate the upcoming Olympic Games.

Located in Tottori Sand Dune (the largest dune in Japan). All photography by Buddhika Weerasinghe ©.

The entire is exhibit is being created by 14 full time sculptors that are doing everything from British Royalty, to Architecture and even Art.

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