©Carl Warner
I've always been a great fan of Carl Warner's foodscapes, those wonderful landscapes made up with just... food!
He is getting more and more famous thanks to his creative idea and many food-producing brands has used his masterpieces for their advertising campaigns. Obviously at the same time many other photographers are trying to copy the idea but, as usual, Warner's work, with ten year experience and a lot of passion, is always the best.

You can read three previous SeaWayBLOG's posts about his foodscapes:
Each time I check his website and find a new foodscape he always manages to amaze me for the perfection of the details and the similarities he find between food and elements of a landscape. For example in the picture above Warner made a Chinese Junk for a Hong Kong shopping mall using only products native to the region, such as bok choy and savoy cabbage for the sea and dried lotus leaves for the ships sails.
Here there's a gallery of his last works that are more or less related to water:

©Carl Warner

©Carl Warner

©Carl Warner

©Carl Warner

©Carl Warner

©Carl Warner

©Carl Warner

Comments

2 Response to 'Carl Warner keeps on building edible worlds'

  1. Daniel
    http://seawayblog.blogspot.com/2010/10/carl-warner-keeps-on-building-edible.html?showComment=1288041032858#c8424036327562094889'> October 25, 2010 at 11:10 PM

    Oh man, these are amazing...

     

  2. Ju
    http://seawayblog.blogspot.com/2010/10/carl-warner-keeps-on-building-edible.html?showComment=1362242551111#c6527296815054247954'> March 2, 2013 at 5:42 PM

    This guy is completely crazy ... But I guess it's what makes him a genius !