Artist Kim Keever assembles incredibly detailed, lush, forestlike landscapes that look like foggy mountains, scenes from the American Old West, bright and tropical forests, and other arrangements. However, Keever arranges each one underwater, in a 200-gallon tank, adding dry ice and careful lighting to get his prefered hazy effects. Up close, the stills look uncannily real, while the backstage glimpses are considerably more disorganized, which only adds to the charm. 

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