These stunning photographs look like the ultimate holiday snaps of idyllic tropical destinations.
But in fact, the images were not even taken outside - they were crafted in a studio using props including nuts, chocolate and jelly bean.
Artist Matthew Albanese spent up to 700 hours on each fake landscape, making them into lifelike depictions of scenes such as a desert island, a lightning storm and a brook at sunset.
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