“Through immaculate lighting and meticulous curation of tactile materials — faux fur for grass, cotton wool for clouds, bottle brushes for shrubs — Albanese creates uncannily realistic miniature worlds of wonder.”
“Sugarland,” made out of 20 pounds of sugar, jello and corn syrup. Albanese grew the crystals in his studio over the course of two months.
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"To invent, you need a good imagination and a pile of junk. " ~Thomas Edison