Amazing food landscapes by Carl Warner

Jan 26, 2009 0 comments

Carl Warner is a British photographer who takes the art of food decorations to a new level. Carl isn’t content with carving fruits and vegetables to make birds and butterflies, he creates entire worlds out of food. Every piece of item in his unbelievably deceptive landscapes are made of nothing but food. You have to see it, to believe it.


In the picture above, a pea pod becomes a boat, bread and potatoes are turned into land and the sea is salmon.


The rocks are bread and the cloud peeping between the hills is cauliflower.


A farmland with coconut haystacks.


Often scenes are photographed in layers from foreground to background and combined later. Here, hot air balloons made of a variety of fruit and vegetables soar over fields of asparagus, courgettes, beans and corn.


Parmesan cliffs with sweet potato boulders and cress and savoy cabbage foliage under a red cabbage sky


Broccoli trees and flowing granulated sugar for the waterfall.


This landscape features rocks made of oyster shells and crab claws, boats made of marrows and asparagus, and a shining, silvery, slippery sea of fish.


A market scene


A kitchen. The houses seen through the window are bread.


A stormy red cabbage sea.


An underwater cave scene, complete with carrot stalactites, a pea pod boat, and sea life made of exotic fruits, cauliflower and broccoli.


Often these photos need retouching, like the floating clouds.


Salami trees inspired by movies like The Wizard of Oz and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

Carl Warner’s personal website

[via Telegraph]


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