The British photographer Carl Warner created a series of photographs using only food to form scenes. The so-called "foodscapes" show underwater caverns, forests, beaches, meadows, etc., using fruits, vegetables, cheeses, cold cuts, breads, among others.

The photographer says that he is already known in the vicinity of his home in Kent, England, for spending hours looking for the best broccoli, or the best pepper to compose his scenes. To gain depth, the photos are taken on tables measuring 1.2 metres by 2.4 metres. He also puts them in refrigerated chambers to prevent the food from wilting before taking the photos.

"I like the way the small aspects of nature resemble the big ones," says Carl Warner. Italian-inspired cooking, lots of tomatoes and olives... He confesses that he still can't convince his children to eat vegetables.
The photos will be used for a British supermarket chain in an advertising campaign, and Warner is also thinking of putting them together in a book to promote healthy eating among children.


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