New Stories From 'Urban Agriculture Notes'
Random header image... Refresh for more!

Edible City – London’s iconic skyline recreated using fruit and vegetables

londonveggPhoto by Carl Warner. Edible city: London’s skyline has been recreated using fruit and veg as part of a promotional campaign. Larger image here.

The city that’s good enough to eat: London’s iconic skyline recreated using fruit and veg by photographer Carl Warner

By Daily Mail Reporter

16th November 2009

A photographer has recreated London’s iconic skyline using 26 different types of fruit and vegetables, with stunning results.

Carl Warner and a team of five model makers spent three weeks crafting the edible panorama and series of landmarks to promote healthy eating.

In the image some of the world’s most famous buildings are given a fruity twist and constructed from hundreds of pieced of fruit and veg – all painstakingly glued together.

The Houses of Parliament are built from a mix of asparagus, green beans and runner beans which are subtly mixed with baby sweetcorn to depict the intricate stonework.

[Read more →]

December 13, 2009   Comments Off on Edible City – London’s iconic skyline recreated using fruit and vegetables