The phrase "Don't play with your food" clearly never resinated with London-based photographer Carl Warner. All the elements in his work are created using different foods, and he admits to spending a lot of time staring at vegetables in the supermarket.
Each image starts with a drawing in order to get the composition worked out. Then model makers and food stylists help to create the sets. The landscapes are photographed in different layers, then stitched together later. He hopes to produce a book in the future, which I will almost assuredly purchase.
If you like these, check out the work of Matthew Albanese.