On Peace Day, September 21, 2013, 9,000 human figures were drawn on a beach in Arromanches, France to commemorate the soldiers and civilians who died during D-Day, June 6, 1944. The installation, called “The Fallen,” was organized by Jamie Wardley and Andy Moss of Sandinyoureye. More than 500 volunteers used stencils to draw the figures on the beach. The installation was swept away a few hours later by the tide.

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odditiesoflife: “ Fallen Soldiers Stenciled into Sand at Normandy Beach To commemorate “Peace Day”, British artists Jamie Wardley and Andy Moss, in combination with many volunteers, went to.

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9,000 Human Sand Silhouettes Serve as a Reminder of D-Day

9,000 Human Sand Silhouettes Serve as a Reminder of D-Day

Fallen Soldier Sand Drawings Commemorate Those Who Died On D-Day Beach: British artists Andy Moss and Jamie Wardley, representing the Sand In Your Eye sand and ice sculpture gallery, created an unforgettable and .

The Fallen 9000 at Normandy. British artists Jamie Wardley and Andy Moss etched 9,000 silhouettes in the sand to commemorate D-Day.

The Fallen 9000 at Normandy. British artists Jamie Wardley and Andy Moss etched silhouettes in the sand to commemorate D-Day.

9,000 Human Sand Silhouettes Serve as a Reminder of D-Day - My Modern Metropolis

9,000 Human Sand Silhouettes Serve as a Reminder of D-Day

9000 Fallen Soldiers Etched into the Sand on Normandy Beach to Commemorate Peace Day

9,000 Fallen Soldiers Etched into the Sand on Normandy Beach to Commemorate Peace Day WWII war sand Normandy installation.

Fallen Soldiers Etched into the Sand on Normandy Beach to Commemorate Peace Day September 2013 REPOSTED This past weekend British artists Jamie Wardley and Andy Moss accompanied by numerous

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The Fallen 9000 by Jamie Wardley and Andy Moss. Fallen Soldiers Etched into the Sand on Normandy Beach to Commemorate Peace Day

Tribute to International Peace Day (Sept 21st), British artists Jamie Wardley and Andy Moss of Sand in Your Eye took a team of 60 volunteers to Normandy beach over the weekend to sketch the outlines of 9,000 soldiers figures into the sand. The installation was created to commemorate the people who lost their lives on June 6th, 1944 and is appropriately titled "The Fallen 9,000."

In a tribute to International Peace Day (September British artists Jamie Wardley and Andy Moss of Sand in Your Eye took a team of 60 volunteers to Normandy beach over the weekend to sketch the outlines of soldiers figures into the sand.

9,000 Human Sand Silhouettes Serve as a Reminder of D-Day day  Andy Moss and Jamie Wardley

9,000 Human Sand Silhouettes Serve as a Reminder of D-Day

Human Sand Silhouettes Serve as a Reminder of D-Day : British artists Andy Moss and Jamie Wardley, of Sand In Your Eye, produced this incredibly powerful visual display at the D-Day landing beach of Arromanche in France.

A l’occasion de la journée internationale de la paix, le 21 septembre dernier, les deux artistes anglais Jamie Wardley et Andy Moss (aidés p...

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Tom Bolland joined by Dan Metcalf using the stencils

On World Peace Day , artists Jamie Wardley and Andy Moss recruited a team of volunteers to create an installation on the beach, by way of tr...

This Haunting Tribute To World War II's Fallen Will Give You Goosebumps

On World Peace Day , artists Jamie Wardley and Andy Moss recruited a team of volunteers to create an installation on the beach, by way of tr.

The Fallen ~ 9000 bodies stencilled on the beach at Normandy to mark International Day of Peace | Jamie Wardley & Andy Moss

Volunteers Etch 9000 Figures onto Normandy Beach in D-Day Memorial To mark Peace Day on September 21 Jamie Wardley and Andy Moss.

9,000 Fallen Soldiers Etched into the Sand on Normandy Beach to Commemorate Peace Day WWII war sand Normandy installation

'' The Fallen by Jamie Wardley and Andy Moss Fallen Soldiers Etched into the Sand on Normandy Beach to Commemorate Peace Day WWII war sand Normandy installation sept 2013

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