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Strange Worlds

  • Posted by on February 17, 2010 in Art
  • Matthew Albanese's landscapes are so real looking, it's hard to believe they're not photos of real life scenes. The New Jersey photographer creates meticulous small-scale models that are as dramatic as any Romantic landscape painting. The strikingly realistic images are achieved through the use of various household materials - cotton for clouds, salt for waterfalls, tile grout for mountains, and paprika for Martian landscapes.

    To learn more about Albanese's work and process, click here.

    (Via Behance Network)


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