Believe it or not, incredible landscapes can be made of food. You are probably wondering how.
London-based photographer Carl Warner came to a very interesting idea a decade ago. Just by seeing some mushrooms in the market, which looked like trees from an alien world, Carl decided to try to create a landscape. He mixed the mushrooms with some beans and rice seeds and the result was amazing. Warner’s first “Foodscape” was born.
Ever since he’s been very successful at creating stunningly realistic scenes. To imitate landscapes he uses a variety of ingredients such as fresh fish, deli meat, vegetables, fruit and bread. Sometimes, it takes several days to make a perfect scene.
To see a selection of Warner’s work, see the pictures below.
These are some of the most incredible landscapes made of food, known as foodscapes.
Red Hot Chilli Scorpion
White Chocolate Castle
Salami Mountains and River
Great Wall of Pineapple
Cereal Dust Bowl
To view more of Warner’s stunning Foodscapes check out his website www.carlwarner.com.