The London-based photographer Carl Warner can make fantastic landscapes using just about anything: office supplies, nuts and bolts, even clothing.
He might best be known, though, for his “Foodscapes,” an idea that came to him in a food market at a time when his career as an advertising photographer was stagnating. Now the images are frequently used for advertising and commercial purposes. The artist uses a wide variety of different ingredients, such as deli meats, fresh fish, fruit, vegetables and bread, and builds entire worlds that look unbelievably realistic. His food art include ships sailing off into the horizon or battling stormy seas, the Great Wall of China, forests and mountains, and Carl demonstrates an amazing eye for even the smallest details. Each ingredient is perfectly placed, meaning that it's often difficult to figure out the food!
... and remember: for whatever reasons you do good, keep on doing it ... 🙂