Impressive Landscapes Made Entirely Out of Food By Carl Warner

Photos by Carl Warner

Playing with food is an understatement when it comes to the work of London-based photographer Carl Warner. As if food photography wasn’t popular enough, this man takes it to a whole new level creating deliciously ingenious sets of impressive landscapes made entirely out of food titled “Foodscapes”.

As a former advertisement photographer, Warner has had his fair share of experience with artificial lighting and tabletop photography. When it comes to his foodscapes, it’s noted that he came up with the idea to capture clever arrangements of cabbage oceans, bread mountains and salami trees almost a whole decade ago, but hadn’t received international recognition until 2008. From that point on, he has continued to develop various ideas in food landscapes making them look so realistic. For the most part, you can’t even tell that the miniature food models aren’t actually landscape photographs.

Check out some of our favorites and find more on his Facebook page. If you want a behind-the-scenes look on how these are created, check out the video here.

[Via Demilked]

Angela E. Mejia

Angela is a photographer/photojournalist/visionary raised in the mean streets of Chicago. Since 2008, she's covered everything from concerts for underground and mainstream artists, to food editorial, to just about every type of photography you can think of. Other interests include traveling, anything artsy, Chicago sports, and eating tacos.

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