Carl Warner's Worlds of Food Art

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Photograph from carlwarner.com

Carl Warner's food photography has been circulating on the web for the past year, but we've never blogged about it on Serious Eats. If you haven't seen them before, his over-the-top food landscapes are amazing; by utilizing broccoli as trees, heads of garlic as huts, Brussels sprout leaves as waves, and loaves of bread as hills, Warner manages to create these foodscapes that at first glance look like foliage and land, not fruits and vegetables.

Pieces such as Garlicshire and Broccoli Forest seem to combine classic food still lifes by Paul Cezanne with computer-generated images from Lord of the Rings.

Related: Photo of the Day: Meatscapes

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