The ambient temperature where Simon Beck creates his art is probably a good deal lower than where Andre Amador creates his, but in other ways their works have a great deal in common. Both use the natural landscape as their canvas, Beck in newly fallen snow and Amador in the sand at low tide. And both know that their artwork will not last very long.
Both create intricate designs, amazing both for their beauty and the careful planning and work required to create them. I’m sure they’d be even more impressive seen in person, but even from photographs they are remarkable.