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Food Stylists Make London Landmarks That Look Good Enough to Eat

By: boom chicky boom - Published: • References: newslite & dailymail
To promote their ‘We have fun with food’ slogan, Good Food TV Channel commissioned a team of food stylists to create a ‘foodscape’ of famous London landmarks.

Photographer, Carl Warner, led a team of five food stylists who spent three weeks cutting, carving, molding, and gluing together hundreds of pieces of food from 26 different fruit and vegetables to construct models of the Houses of Parliament, the London Eye, the Tower Bridge, St Paul’s Cathedral, and the Gherkin.

Roopa Gulati, spokesperson from the Good Food channel, expressed her amazement with the end result, “This is a stunning image which has quite literally transformed the London skyline through good food proving that fun with food in a creative and light-hearted way is the way forward.” Stats for Scrumptious City Foodscapes Trending: Older & Warm
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