Still-Life Photography Landscapes Made Entirely Out Of Food [Pics]

Still-Life Photography Landscapes Made Entirely Out Of Food [Pics]
Arts & Culture

Meat, bread and vegetables used to create breathtaking scenes in various environments.

Ross Brooks
  • 23 august 2013

London-based photographer Carl Warner takes playing with your food to an entirely new level with these stunning landscapes created with nothing but bits and pieces of different food.

Just some of the foodstuffs used in his work are cubed fruits and vegetables, loaves of bread, fresh fish, and deli meats. While it might be hard to recognize what some pieces of food are, you will have no trouble identifying what they are meant to represent.


Warner and his team aim to create interpretations of renowned architectural structures, like the Taj Mahal and the Great Wall Of China, human figures ranging from gondola drivers to cowboys, and vistas of sweeping deserts to tiny tuscan marketplaces.

Each one of these vast landscapes is painstakingly put together piece by piece. See some of the amazing work for yourself in the gallery below:

Carl Warner


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