Stunning DIY landscape photos
Matthew Albanese is a landscape photographer, but not in the regular sense. The major difference between his works and a regular landscape photograph is that his are all made inside the studio, often with household items like cotton, jellybeans or tile grout. The results, I’m sure you’ll agree, are amazing.
“DIY Paradise” was constructed from cotton, salt, cooked sugar, tin foil, feathers & canvas.
The above landscape was made using a mixture of many different materials including tile grout, moss and bottlebrush trees.
“New Life I” was constructed using painted parchment paper, thread, hand dyed ostrich feathers, carved chocolate, wire, raffia, masking tape, coffee, synthetic potting moss and cotton.
“How to Breathe Underwater” was constructed from walnuts, poured and cast candle wax, wire, glitter, peanut shells, flock, plaster, wire, dyed starfish, compressed moss, jellybeans, sponges, wax coated seashells, toothpaste, clay, figs, feathers, Q-tips and nonpareils.
The tornado was made of steel wool, cotton, ground parsley and moss.