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You Won't Believe What These Space-Inspired Images are Actually Made Of

We've heard of playing with your food, but this is insane.

Instagram account @wanderprobe has been using a pretty unconventional medium to make some seriously cool photos. The account boasts gorgeous, out-of-this-world images, made using an Epson scanner and various food and household products.

Let's play a fun game—can you guess what the scene is made of?

 

 

A photo posted by Wander Space Probe (@wanderprobe) on


"Distant galaxy made from cat hair, flour, turmeric, salt, sugar and cinnamon."

 

 

A photo posted by Wander Space Probe (@wanderprobe) on


"Planet and moon made from..pancakes! Background nebula and stars composed of olive oil, water, flour, cinnamon, cumin, and seasoned salt."

 

 

A photo posted by Wander Space Probe (@wanderprobe) on


"Asteroid made from a potato. Debris field made from coffee, ground peppercorns, and crumbled Girl Scout cookies."

 

 

A photo posted by Wander Space Probe (@wanderprobe) on

 

"Planet made from a glass of orange juice, wasabi, tomato sauce, and milk. Nebula made from water, food coloring, coffee, and cream. Moon is the back of a pancake."

 

 

A photo posted by Wander Space Probe (@wanderprobe) on


"Planet made from a glass of water, whiskey, coconut milk, soy sauce and food coloring. Background made from salt, flour, cinnamon and curry powder." 

 

Um, wow. The level of creativity (and time) it took to create these is straight-up impressive. The images are beautiful, even if "cat hair on scanner" doesn't sound like the most elegant medium. Check out more here.

Hilary Braaksma

Hilary is a Drake University graduate who was born and raised in the Midwest. When she's not working, she enjoys reading, cooking, spending time with her family, and binge-watching true crime shows.

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