Gallery: Feast on Fantastical Food Art Landscapes for Thanksgiving!

 
Like Matthew Carden, he's become known for his work with food. Yum.

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.

+ Carl Warner

Via PetaPixel

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