Happy Thanksgiving Land8! Get a head start on your big day of food by feasting your eyes on artist Carl Warner’s intricately detailed “foodscapes.” Built from edible ingredients, Warner spends weeks playing with food to recreate painstakingly detailed landscapes from the scrumptious London skyline to the Great Wall of Pineapple. Keep reading to see our favorites!
Warner, who cites Ansel Adams and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory among his main design influences, draws upon his imagination and photography skills to compose each carefully framed shot. With his talent for creating surreal and fantastical food scenes, it’s no surprise that Warner has been dubbed the ‘Willy Wonka’ of art. From boulevards of broccoli to cheese-covered mountains, these mouth-watering landscapes really do take us into a “world of pure imagination.”
Some of Warner’s latest works will be featured as part of a pop-up exhibition at Ripley’s Believe It or Not! in London. You can check out more of his art on his website.Published in