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Carl Warner’s ‘foodscapes’

Global phenomenon Carl Warner is making a name for himself with his ‘foodscapes’, gorgeous landscape images that are constructed entirely from fruits and vegetables, cheeses, breads, fish, meat and grains.

The landscapes look real and it’s only on second glance that you realise that the scenes are made entirely out of food.

Carl’s been compared to a modern day Guiseppe Arcimboldo, who famously painted portraits in the 16th century using objects such as fruits, vegetables, flowers, fish and books instead on noses, ears, eyes, etc.

Warner’s unique style is fun, intelligent and will probably unconsciously make you hungry.

His book, 'Carl Warner's Food Landscapes' is released on 14 October and is published by Abrams (£15.99). It will showcase a series of stunning and previously unseen foodscapes, and will guide you through his entire process, offering a rare glimpse into Carl's world.

Buy Carl Warner's Food Landscapes at all good bookstores and online at amazon.co.uk.



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