Last updated on July 23rd, 2017 at 09:00 am
You’ll never know how powerful a story can be until you see it in a moving sand picture from Joe Castillo. In this innovative art form, a sand artist creates an image that keeps changing, using just their hands and a little bit of sand. It is like nothing you’ve ever seen before. Watching moving sand pictures is dynamic and relaxing at the same time, like watching an artist’s mind in action. In just a few minutes, the artist uses simple materials to craft a picture that captures the heart of any message.
Whether it is telling people about the organization or entertaining people at the event, moving sand pictures create a one-of-a-kind show that people just can’t take their eyes off of. The incredible storytelling magic draws people in every time. From sports stories to non-profits to the American Dream, these quick clips will spark your imagination and touch your heart.
Moving Sand Pictures from Joe Castillo
Drama and a lonely little boy become a dream for a better world in this Make a Wish sand story. A young boy’s hope transforms the world into a happy place where dreams can come true. It reminds us that we can change each others’ lives for the better, one person at a time.
This sand story that begins with love and ends with a happy little girl. At the Ronald McDonald House, working together to find a place to call home is at the heart of what they do. The best part of what makes a house a home is the people and the love inside.
True to its name, the Circle of Life sand story shows us the dawning of a new day and the creatures of the world. Moreover, last but not least is the role we humans play. This story even takes its inspiration from the American values of freedom and country.
For the Pittsburgh Penguins Foundation, it is not all about the trophies. It is about working together and building relationships with your fans, young and old. This is another great “dreams come true” sand story, one that leaves you guessing until the very end.
You can almost hear the swoosh of the net in this New York Knicks piece. Of course, it’s got a basketball, but it has a little music and the energy of the game thrown in, too. The Statue of Liberty tops it off for an authentic New York sand story.
Everyone has a story to tell. Moving sand pictures tell that story like nobody else. Seeing this unique form of sand art at an event or gathering creates excitement that lingers in the minds of viewers long after the show is over. It is a sure thing and gets the “oohs and ahs” in a way that everyone can relate to, no matter what their story.