FOODSCAPES The british photographer Carl Warner created a series of phtos using only food to make the cenary.
The british photographer Carl Warner created a series of phtos using only food to make the cenary.
The word “foodscapes” (union of the words food and landscape) show underwater caves, forests, beaches on sunset and even waterfalls, using fruits, vegetables, cheese, cold meat, pasta, among other.
In this forest, trees are made of brocolis, with peas hanged up and the highways are paved with cumin. The grass is made of herbs and the mountains, of bread. Clouds made of
cauliflower, decorate the sky
include a small car made of lasagna slices, fields of pasta, and
clouds of mozzarela. Trees of pepper, parsley and basil
complete the scene, at the bottom, a small village of cheese.
made of bread, but, at the deep of the sea, they are made of
cauliflower. To make the tridimensional sensation to the
pictures, each scene is composed on a 1,2 x 2,4 m square
cabbage compose this bucolic “land”.
narrow pass made of bread and the sky made of purple
salmon slices. The rocks are made of potatoes and bread.
A small boat made of beans completes the scene.
grains and vegetables form this small passage.
Houses made of cheese.
mountains are made of bread...
vegetables, trees made of brocolis, rocks of potatoes,
farmings of corn and cucumber, city of cheese, tower
of carrot, and so on...
Grissini biscuits and
Parma ham turn into
a wheelbarrowthat will be pulled by
the way of salami with trees of bacon around it.
Ham: sky, mountains,
waterfall and river;
Grissini biscuits: house
In this alipne scene, the stars are the cold meat. Grissini biscuits and Parma
ham turn into the sleigh pulled by the mountains of snow made of other cold meat, as smoked turkey and Bologna. The Parma ham is also located on the “pines”.