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11/17/2018 9:24:02 AM

Amazing Food Art by Carl Warner

When the first time I look at these photos, I couldnt recognise them all  made by vegetables and fruits, but how amazing it it? Of course, a photographer can not avoid Photoshop, but I cant deny myself that the combination between talent and techniques create alot of beautiful art to this world. They all look gorgeous under by Carl Warner eyes and hands, a London-based photographer who makes foodscapes: landscapes made of food.  Let`s enjoy the museums

Garlicshire: a village for lovers of garlic and cabbage


In the picture above, a pea pod boat sails away from a land made of bread and potatoes, over a sea of salmon, stones potatoes, brown bread 

A peapod boat sails away from a land made of bread and potatoes, over a sea of salmon


A landscape prduced for Sacla


Do you recognise a tail of a lobster under a huge rock? a piece of pean on the other side

An underwater cave scene, complete with carrot stalactites, a peapod boat, and sealife made of exotic fruits, cauliflower and broccoli


A kitchen scene produced for Sacla


Two landscapes in which everything you can see is made of cold meats or bread


A market scene commissioned by Sacla


Fishscape: with rocks made of oyster shells and crab claws, boats made of marrows and asparagus, and a shining, slivery, slippery sea of fish


The Broccoli Forest, a picture by London-based photographer Carl Warner. Look out for a gallery of his work on the Telegraph site later today


A farmyard scene with coconut haystacks


Parmesan cliffs with sweet potato boulders and cress and savoy cabbage foliage


A boat made of half a marrow, some asparagus spears and a few olives braves a dark, stormy red cabbage ocean


Hot air balloons made of a variety of fruit and veg soar over fields of asparagus, courgettes, beans and corn


Bread and cheese: an edible landscape


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