This Epic Sand Castle Art Is Museum-Worthy

The beach as a canvas.

You probably made some sand castles at the beach when you were a kid that were kinda blah, but it seems that professional artists are going to the beach and using sand to create some of the best sculptures ever. It's amazing what can be created with just some sand and a little creativity.

Here are 27 awesome works of sand castle art that you'll always remember:

1. Trying to make a sand castle and a dragon eats you.

no but a sand castle is also really neat

2. You'd wanna live here.

HOLY Sand Castle, thats amazing.

3. A castle on a dragon.

That's One Way to Make a Sand Castle

4. This face is melting.

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5. Led Zeppelin would be proud.

My friend is getting good at the sand castle thing....

6. Keep on smiling.

Saw this Totoro sand castle today!

7. Holding a heart.

Sand sculpture - Dublin Castle (2013)

8. This looks so real.

Sand Castle in Barcelona.

9. Nice mustache.

King of the sand castle

10. They look like real dolphins.

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11. This looks scary good.

Awesome Sand Art

12. This bed has a lot of sand.

Amazing sand art

13. Spider-Man relaxing.

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14. Boats of sand are better than real boats.

Abandon Ship! There's sand sharks!

15. What a nice fish.

Sand art

16. This really should be in a museum.

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17. How tall is this one?

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18. The Dark Side in sand.

Sand Castles and then some

19. There's room for someone else in this boat.

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20. This one is a winner.

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21. Most awesome sand creature ever.

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22. You'll be tempted to drink from this one.

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23. And you'll want to eat this one.

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24. Angry birds ... sand style.

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25. This one must have taken forever to make.

"Sinbad in the communal tomb" from "The 4th voyage of Sinbad the sailor" Team effort with Nicola Wood (UK), Kuwait 2013.

26. Video games in sand form.

"I AM 8bit" Parksville, Canada, 2011.

27. Simply amazing.

"Construction of the conscious self" Copenhagen, Danemark, 2012.