Amazing Driftwood Horses and Elephants Roam The Beach


It can take artist James Doran-Webb up to 3,000 hours to complete one of his sculptures. That’s because he spends his time roaming the beach looking for driftwood and then carefully fitting each piece to create his fantastic wild horses.

Artists like Doran-Webb and Andries Botha are creating breathtaking sculptures with the dried wood that washes ashore. Finding the right pieces of wood can be a long process, but the finished result are striking sculptures to wild horses and lumbering elephants.

Botha draws upon the elephant for his inspiration and has created 20 sculptures to help raise awareness for the Human Elephant Foundation. The powerful looking sculptures are the last thing one might expect to see on the beach and testament to creating something beautiful out of something dead.







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