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Each shot takes several days to build, shoot, and correct in post-production. Since food, as you know, perishes, the sets have to be built in layers– otherwise the cilantro trees wilt before the garlic houses are ready. Warner begins with a sketch that is then developed by his team into the lush landscapes, that are usually built in a studio on a triangular table-top. His images have gone viral in the last few years, earning him the momentum and recognition to publish a recent book. Like Matthew Carden, he’s become known for his work with food. Yum.

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