Swedish photographer Carl Kleiner has an eye to envy. Famous for his geometric photography and his work for Ikea, his latest project was inspired by lollipops - but these treats were not made for eating.
Each unique 'lollipop' is made of unconventional materials that are set up to mimic the real thing. The playful series is called Lollipops and it's simply visually stunning.
We stumbled across the playful series of photos in Trendland. You can see more of the photographer's ingenious work by visiting his website.
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