Food LandscapesDPMag Published in Blog
Do you know Carl Warner? You should, because he's the photographer who combines two of my favorite subjects: food and landscapes. He doesn't shoot sand dunes with bowls of fruit perched on them or anything like that. That would be weird. But what Carl does actually might be weirder. Carl is a still life photographer who photographs food landscapes. In fact, his book is called Food Landscapes and it's just what you think it might be: landscapes comprised of food. From marshmallow clouds to noodle trees, Carl creates amazing sculptural food worlds and then photographs them in his London studio. Read all about it at his web site, where you can also purchase his wonderful book too.
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