The immaculate artwork in 'Strange Worlds' by Matthew Albanese will blow your mind--seriously. These miniature landscapes aren't digitally rendered; they're actually tiny handmade models that have been photographed from a perspective that makes them appear life-sized.

Take the first picture in 'Strange Worlds' by Matthew Albanese, for example. The tornado scene is made of ground parsley, moss, steel wool, and cotton. If that's not inventive, I don't know what is. Check out more of Albanese's work at the links below.