‘Skryf’ the sand writer moves forward,
leaving a stream of letters behind him.
‘Skryf’ refers to the fact that everything is transitory.
An almost irrelevant pile of sand creates the magic of the word.
Human beings, nature and the passage of time are responsible for the disintegration of the word again.
Sometimes very quickly, sometimes very slow. Like sand through your fingers .....
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Slowly moving backward, the sandwriter ‘Blom’ draws in the streets. Sand comes out of his long arm and decorates the ground; a large flowery carpet, an ivy garland or a flock of little hearts.
Small buckets filled with coloured sand are placed close to the drawings so that everyone can colour them and add a personal touch.
Abandoned to their fate, the drawings will be destroyed by man, nature or time; only a memory will remain.
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'Scriptum' is the youngest and smallest sandwriter in the series. Especially made to fit in two suitcases it is easy to travel with by airplane to visit overseas festivals and writing locations.
Until now it has been writing in Korea, Ukrain, Australia, and Portugal.
'Scriptum' innerworkings are the same as Blom's so it can both write and draw.
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