Screenie Ocean Blue/White Moving Sand Art

$ 14.98 $ 29.95

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The Screenie series is the Sandman’s tribute to the Iconic Pop Artist Andy Warhol, with the widest color selection in our collection of moving sand art. The Screenie Ocean Two-Tone Blue/White Moving Sand Art’s colorful plastic frame is designed to resemble a funky 1970’s TV screen, with all parts 100% crafted in Europe. Screenie Ocean Two-Tone Blue/White Sand Art comes with a frame of blue on one side and a frame of white on the other side.  Not sure which mood you will be in?

Flow Time: 10 Min- 1 Hour

The Screenie is the smallest in the KB Collection, 7” x 4 ” making it a great fit for a Nightstand, Office Desk, or Bookshelf. With this everchanging, soothing, educational Sand Art, you can give this as a gift to a child and know that you are stimulating the brain in a positive manner. No batteries necessary!

With this funky dual-colored frame and fun sand blend, The Screenie is sure to wow you and inspire some serenity. If you are giving this as a gift, its one that they will talk about for years to come! Your Screenie Ocean Two-Tone Blue/White Moving Sand Art will do several times a day what mother earth takes millions of years to accomplish.

Due to the handcrafted nature of each item, each piece bears its own unique qualities.


The KB Collection moving sand art is interactive, ever-changing, mesmerizing and versatile handcrafted art pieces. Turn the sand picture over to watch the battle of the elements: The sand just wants to settle at the bottom, the air just wants to escape to the top, the water hosts the party. The result is the sand trickles between the air bubbles to create fascinating stratifications in the sand mountains. More air creates a slower flow of sand resulting in a delicate trickle of sand making more dramatic peaks and valleys. Less air creates a faster flow of sand making dune shapes. Best of all, these handcrafted art pieces are equipped with an air hole to last for years on end, allowing for you to regulate the amount of air in each sand picture so you can make the sand fall as fast or as slow as you want.