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Archive for April, 2011

Sand Sculpture late 1800's

Sand Sculpting events past, present and future.

Sand sculpting exhibitions and events have been popular in the United States since the late 1800’s . Historical accounts, postcards and rare photos confirm that sand sculptures have been attracting huge crowds to business districts for well over a hundred years. Early artists, some commissioned by business owners, some working strictly for tips, created huge relief sculptures […]

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Twin bananas

Banana carving / Are you looking at me?

  Aliens are real and they are hiding in my fruit, specifically my bananas. Ok, maybe that’s not true but boy are they fun to carve. This is the next in my series of quick carves.  I  never spend more than five to ten minutes on any particular banana carving.  The main reason is that it is a very […]

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What is a sand sculpture worth?

The value of a good sand sculpture can be a tricky thing to calculate. First of all I’m not talking about the sand castle you built on vacation with your kids. I’m referring to that sculpture you just spent three days creating for that major hotel chain. Perhaps you are relatively new to the professional sand […]

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watermelon carving

Watermelon carving | Flower

You may be familiar with pumpkin carving, but have you ever heard of watermelon carving? The art of ornate fruit carving has been featured on Martha Stewart, Youtube and even the  Food Network.   Unlike pumpkins, small personal watermelons are available in most grocery stores year round. If you like carving pumpkins and are looking for some practice or […]

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Easter Bunana

Banana Sculpting The Easter Bunana

Happy Easter everybody! I just wanted to share the tale of the Easter Bunana with you all. I hope you enjoy!     Share on Facebook

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Professional sand Sculpting

So you want to be a professional sand sculptor

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been asked, ” So what’s your real job?”  I can tell you that it is very rewarding to be able look them in the eye with a completely straight face and say, ” You’re looking at it!”  Becoming  a professional sand sculptor was something that actually found me, […]

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How to Use Video to Market Your Business

 The average Internet user watches an astounding 186 videos a month, according to comScore Inc., a global digital market measurement service. This includes news and entertainment clips, personal videos, advertising videos gone viral — you name it.  Video engages people in a way that photos and text alone can’t. For small-business owners, using video in […]

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Cardio Fitness

Sand Sculptors Take Notice; Your heart is a muscle too!

I’ve always considered myself to be relatively fit. After all, prior to my life as a professional sand sculptor, which is quite physically demanding in itself, I spent 22 years as an auto mechanic. My measure of personal fitness in those days was how large of an engine block I could lift. I never really considered […]

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Sand World

Earth Day: Responsible Marketing

With Earth Day just  a couple of days away. I thought I would take this opportunity to talk about the benefits of sand sculptures  and their use in conventional marketing. If you’ve tuned into any recent sporting event or awards show on television or attended one in person, one thing is glaringly visible. Every where you look you see […]

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Felix Dennis on the ‘Getting of Money’

Media mogul Felix Dennis founded Maxim magazine and publishes dozens of others as the owner of Dennis Publishing. The following is an edited excerpt from his book The Narrow Road (Portfolio/Penguin, 2010), which goes on sale in the U.S. this week. Providing you live in a country with some claim to being governed by the […]

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