Artisans in Puerto Vallarta create ultimate eco-art on the beach. Each day they work on new sand sculptures, carrying water from the Bay to dampen and stabilize their creations. Water tanks, loaded with water, are attached to mechanisms that allow them to apply a fine spray of salt water over the sculptures.
Images of Egypt are spaced along the beach adjacent to the Malecon. Signs requesting donations for the artists are attached to donations boxes. This is their only source of income. At the end of the tourist season, the sculptures slowly crumble, returning to their natural state.