Not sure how I came across Carl Warner, but I think his work is pretty incredible. These landscapes are completely composed of food. He has mastered these illusions by virtue of his quality. Broccoli can easily resemble a tree—it is a plant!—but at first glance of his photographs, you might never realize that the sea coral is actually cauliflower, the ocean waves are cabbage and the distant mountains are loaves of bread. Though they are mysterious, they are also realistic—all effectively composed and put together. I feel like a bug when I look at his work.