Arizona-based photographer Ernie Button creates wonderful miniature landscapes using primarily breakfast cereal. His work is based on the shapes, colors and textures of the southwestern desert and the large man-made structure created by ancient civilizations. Ernie places enlarged photographs of actual Arizona skies in the background of the cereal landscapes giving the final image an odd sense of reality. "The project started out purely aesthetic, I have no ill will against cereals or the companies that make them," Button says, "that stuff tastes great but the older I get, the more I’m like, should I be eating this?"
Find out more about Ernie's work here.