30+ Beautiful and Creative Food Art

September 9, 2012 · 6 comments

by Sonny M. Day

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Food art is one where the medium used to create the art are edible materials. This art is either intended to attract the attention of the viewers towards the food for better eating experience, or that the whole composition is created mainly for the art’s sake. Either way, food depicting non-food items, or in the case Carl Warner’s works, landscapes, are always fascinating to look at.

Here in this article, we are  showcasing 30+ beautiful and creative food art that you can take a look at for your inspiration and entertainment. If you any of the items listed here, or if you have anything in mind, drop us a comment below. We will also be glad if you will share this to your friends in the social media. Happy viewing!


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Carl Warner – Foodscapes

Among the food artists, Carl Warner specializes in creating not just a single piece of artwork out of an edible material but whole sets of art pieces arranged together on an edible surface to form a landscape. On a single foodscape for example you can see deliberately carved and molded figures along with other intricate details. The result are stunning panoramas complete with all details found in the environment. Not only that, Carl Warner’s art does not stop at the modeling of landscapes alone but he combines it with skillful photography. Carl explains that his images can take up to two or three days to build and photograph and then a couple of days retouching and fine tuning the images to blend all the elements together. Thus, on his final artwork you can see dramatic skies complementing the landscape models he made. Carl also spends a lot of time planning each image before shooting in order to choose the best ingredients to replicate larger scale shapes and forms within nature, so he spends a lot of time staring at vegetables in supermarkets which makes him seem a little odd! However, he is careful to point out that finding the right shaped broccoli to use as a tree is an all important task.

If you want to see more of Carl Warner’s artworks, you can visit them at www.carlwarner.com. If you are interested with his prints you can go to Lenswall London or contact Carl directly on his website. *All images below are under copyright by Carl Warner.

Carl Warner – Foodscapes

Carl Warner – Foodscapes

Carl Warner – Foodscapes

Carl Warner – Foodscapes

Carl Warner – Foodscapes

Carl Warner – Foodscapes

Carl Warner – Foodscapes

Carl Warner – Foodscapes

Carl Warner – Foodscapes

Carl Warner – Foodscapes

Carl Warner – Foodscapes

Carl Warner – Foodscapes

Carl Warner – Foodscapes

Carl Warner – Foodscapes

Carl Warner – Foodscapes

Carl Warner – Foodscapes

Carl Warner – Foodscapes

Carl Warner – Foodscapes

Carl Warner – Foodscapes

Food Sculptures

Red Indian Food Sculpture – made from melon

Food Sculptures
Photo used under Creative Commons from Brian O’Donovan

Food Sculptures

Food Sculptures
Photo used under Creative Commons from Anna’s Photos

Food Sculptures

Food Sculptures
Photo used under Creative Commons from afagen

Fiddlin’ watermelon

Food Sculptures
Photo used under Creative Commons from afagen

Food sculptures

Food Sculptures
Photo used under Creative Commons from Anna’s Photos

Food sculptures

Food Sculptures
Photo used under Creative Commons from Anna’s Photos

Food Sculpture

Food Sculptures
Photo used under Creative Commons from 02420

The Bridwich, or Sanbrich

Food Sculptures
Photo used under Creative Commons from Picture Daniel in the Lion’s Den

Food sculptures

Food Sculptures
Photo used under Creative Commons from Anna’s Photos

Chocolate Art

Food Sculptures
Photo used under Creative Commons from S.Raj

Paris food tour Patrick Roger sculpture

Food Sculptures
Photo used under Creative Commons from John Kroll

Midnight Buffett

Food Sculptures
Photo used under Creative Commons from JohnRiv

Author : Sonny Day

Sonny M. Day is a passionate SEO and web design enthusiast who loves photography, mountain climbing, snorkeling and dirt bike riding.

{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

shardul @Recruitment November 25, 2012 at 6:28 am

Some pictures are look like any animated movie snap

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Chinmoy August 26, 2012 at 7:01 pm

WOW! Amazing!!
But, how they did these? Only using knife?
What ever it is, but excellent stuff.

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nish February 29, 2012 at 10:08 am

Some of that is pretty good stuff! Like the chocolate train

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Bharat Mandava January 14, 2012 at 2:39 pm

I always wonder, how you guys collect these stuff. Simply mind-blowing collection, nice article sonny.

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Jahangir January 14, 2012 at 1:48 pm

Great compilation, the food landscapes are just amazing :)

I like to add one more beautiful food artwork to this compilation, see this ‘motorcycle made our of lobster shells – http://goo.gl/X0sGh

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Lars January 14, 2012 at 9:52 pm

awesome example, thanks!

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