Ripley’s London introduces visitors to tasty landscapes made entirely of food

So this is pretty cool. Liverpool artist Carl Warner is known for his ‘foodscape’ photography and his creative work is now on display at Ripley’s London for all to admire. His works showcase ‘iconic landmarks such as St. Paul’s Cathedral, The London Eye and Tower Bridge made from fruit and veg’.

The scenes are photographed in layers ‘from foreground to background and sky, with each element then put together in post-production to achieve the final image’. If you’re lucky enough to get to this exhibit, you’ll see the incredible centerpiece that features a festive village scene made from more than 2,000 cookies

Via Liverpool Echo

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