The Fallen: 9000 sand stencils on the D-Day landing beach of Arromanche in Normandy: a collaboration between British artists Andy Moss and Jamie Wardle of Sand In Your Eye (along with hundreds of volunteers who turned up from all over the world to help) in honour of last Saturday’s International Day of Peace.
It does not propose to be a celebration or condemnation, simply a statement of fact and tribute to life and its premature loss.
Each stencil (all of which were washed away by the tide within hours of completion) represents one of the 9000 Allied and German troops and French civilians who died on June 6th 1944.
A historic moment for birds and pigs everywhere. Taken from the Israeli comedy show ‘Eretz Nehederet’ ( A Wonderful Country).
Previously: Angry Birds Cake