Handmade Landscapes by Matthew Albanese

May 11, 2013 | in Photography

American photographer Matthew Albanese, using ordinary objects of everyday life, creates very realistic landscapes. Clouds from cotton, deserts from spices and ice from sugar.

As the author says, it all started when he was cleaning his studio and accidentally spilled the paprika and thought that it looks like Mars. Since then, he creates installations that later are transformed into real landscapes. Unfortunately, many used materials are unstable, therefore, each landscape can exist for a very short period of time.

Handmade Landscapes by Matthew Albanese

Handmade Landscapes by Matthew Albanese

Handmade Landscapes by Matthew Albanese

Handmade Landscapes by Matthew Albanese

Handmade Landscapes by Matthew Albanese

Handmade Landscapes by Matthew Albanese

Handmade Landscapes by Matthew Albanese

Handmade Landscapes by Matthew Albanese

Handmade Landscapes by Matthew Albanese

Handmade Landscapes by Matthew Albanese

Handmade Landscapes by Matthew Albanese

Handmade Landscapes by Matthew Albanese

Handmade Landscapes by Matthew Albanese

Handmade Landscapes by Matthew Albanese

Handmade Landscapes by Matthew Albanese

Handmade Landscapes by Matthew Albanese

Handmade Landscapes by Matthew Albanese

Handmade Landscapes by Matthew Albanese

Handmade Landscapes by Matthew Albanese

Handmade Landscapes by Matthew Albanese

Handmade Landscapes by Matthew Albanese

Handmade Landscapes by Matthew Albanese

Handmade Landscapes by Matthew Albanese

Handmade Landscapes by Matthew Albanese

Handmade Landscapes by Matthew Albanese

Handmade Landscapes by Matthew Albanese

Handmade Landscapes by Matthew Albanese
Photo by Matthew Albanese

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