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Creating a City Out of Food – Carl Warner BTS

By Jules Ebe on September 7th 2013

A few weeks ago we featured the work of food photographer Carl Warner. One of the inspiring things about his work is that it falls into so many categories, and then none at all. His work is food photography, landscapes, 3D installations, and true works of art.

Check out these videos of Warner and his team at work in his London Studio creating the London Skyline, The Great Wall of China, The Taj Mahal, and a Mayan Temple.

Creating the London Skyline

Great Wall of China, The Taj Mahal and a Mayan Temple

[rewind: Carl Warner’s Foodscapes Give a Savory Look at the World]

Have you ever undertaken a creative project (personal or commission) that involved a lot of set building or design work? How was your experience.

Until Next Time . . .

Stay Inspired ~ Jules


is a Southern California based Conceptual Artist and Photographer. Her work has been featured in several print publications and selections can be seen in local gallery exhibitions. Connect with her on Facebook and Google+.

Q&A Discussions

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  1. Nate

    Good thing there aren’t any starving homeless people in the world, who are in desperate need for food wasted on art projects

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    • Ryan

      By your logic anyone in any art field should quit their job tomorrow and go work on a farm. In the great big scheme of things he uses hardly any food. Your average restaurant has more waste every day than he will use to make a scene.

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    • Headshot Photographer

      Is this not more a case of you being wildly unsuccessful in your own life, and attempting to make yourself feel better about that by being overly sanctimonious on the internet?

      You need to be more positive, dude. One day you’ll achieve something great like Carl (you won’t).

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