This stunning landscape image should belong in a geographic magazine – but they are actually models made using household items.
Artist Matthew Albanese made this tornado scene by using steel wool
Matthew spends hours on his sculptures, making them with materials such as tile grouting, cinnamon and steel wool – and then brings them to life using clever photography.
Matthew began making his Blue Peter-style models two years ago when he was bored of his job as a visual merchandiser and needed an outlet.
He made the volcano (see below) out of grout, cotton and phosphorous ink, and a lanscape of Mars with a tub of paprika!
Why don’t you have a go and see what lanscapes you can make? You could make a snow scene with sugar