Pakistani sand artists pay ‘sand art’ Tribute to UAE ruler ahead of Dubai EXPO

Three sand artists pay tribute to the Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, and Expo 2020 Dubai. They made a massive portrait of the Ruler and the Expo logo on a beach in the southern coastal city of Pasni, Balochistan. Zubair and his artist friends also wanted to do something special for their countrymen in the UAE.

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The artwork only remains in the sand for a few hours after toiling for hours, and it gets washed away by the waves. The renowned Pakistani artist Zubair said that sand art requires special tools, precision, and precise knowledge. In celebration of the upcoming Expo in Dubai, they chose to draw a portrait of the UAE ruler near the Arabian Sea as a fitting tribute to the Gulf state.

Source: Khaleej Times