Artist Herve Graumann assembles impressive compositions that look like they've been digitally created.

Digital media artist Hervé Graumann from Geneva, Switzerland, developed a series of artworks that look like they have been created on a computer but are in fact composed of real objects from industrial mass production. These collections of everyday items are arranged by hand by the artist to create large patterns on a flat surface. Graumann recently shared some new designs with designboom, featuring plastic cups, candles, matchsticks, clothes pegs, toys and other items. Click through to see the intricate patterns:

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