They call him “Peacasso”, “Salvador Deli” and “Caraveggio”: The London-based photographer Carl Warner creates oceans made from herring fillets, forests from broccoli and mountains from Parmesan cheese. Carl Warner calls his surreal landscape production “Foodscapes”. Everything is edible in the food landscapes that the 43-year-old creates in his studio in south London.
Warner studied Illustration at the School of Art and then realized that he was more interested in photography. Every day the food and advertising photographer creates a little paradise from foods like celery and mushrooms. Initially the food arrangements were a little gimmick. Today Warner gets a job after another.
Check out his website for all of his works and much more: http://www.carlwarner.com/