Foodscapes by Carl Warner

Using fruits, vegetables, deli meats, cheeses, breads and other fresh foods, London-based photographer Carl Warner creates absolutely stunning landscapes and interpretations of world renowned iconic structures such as the Great Wall of China, the Taj Mahal and the Mayan Temples. The above photography depicts a forest made of broccoli with cauliflower clouds and a sugar waterfall.

Find Carl Warner’s photographs with stories on how the artist created each piece in the following beautiful picturesque books: Food Landscapes and A World of Food.

Lettuce Seascape

Great Wall of Pineapple

The Onion Taj Mahal

The Mayan Pepper Temple

Candy Cottage

Bread Village

Crockerville – A small village made entirely out of Betty Crocker cookies

Tatziki Bridge

EA Cottage

EA Fairground

Meat Cityscape

Salami River

Parmesan Cliffs – With savoy cabbage trees and mustard cress shrubs

Mushroom Savanna – His first foodscape made from Large portabello mushrooms on a bed of rice and beans

Coralscape

Garlicshire – A garlic bulb village in twilight

Pasta Island

Yellow Oasis

Watch the behind the scenes video of Carl Warner and his team creating the Great Wall of China, The Taj Mahal and a Mayan Temple.

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