Foodscapes by Carl Warner, what if you could eat a landscape?
A world completely made by edible hills, mountains, rivers and monuments in the series of photographs Foodscapes by Carl Warner.
As a great food lover, I fell in love with Carl Warner‘s series of photographs called Foodscapes.
Thanks to a job that requires time, research and preparation, the English photographer and artist reconstructs different landscapes using only edible ingredients.
Carl has created a world with mountains made of ham, candy driveways, with autumn leaves that become corn-flakes and trains made entirely of chocolate. The real challenge is to deceive the viewer, who must not immediately understand that every element he is looking at is an ingredient.
Each landscape is hand built in his London studio. Carl first designs the composition and then, with the help of a team of food stylists and modelers, creates the set that needs to be captured in maximum two or three days before the edible elements change color or wilt. The palette of ingredients he can choose from is almost unlimited and each element is chosen based on its consistency, shape, and color.
See all Carl Warner Foodscapes on his site or on his Instagram profile.