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London-based photographer Carl Warner uses bits and pieces of food to create incredibly realistic and intricate scenes. Heaps of bread become rugged mountains, cucumbers assume the shape of tree trunks, and cabbage leaves are remodeled to look like foliage. Warner and his team meticulously assemble the culinary elements piece by piece, on a table top creating interpretations of renowned architectural structures, like the Taj Mahal and the Great Wall of China, human figures ranging from gondola drivers to cowboys, and sweeping vistas ranging from the London Skyline to vast deserts.

Carl Warner’s works were featured on Amusing Planet back in 2009. Let’s see what he has been doing lately.

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