they look like real landscapes, but really they’re made with…

… whatever food items Eszter Burghardt can get his hands on.  Presenting the “Edible Vistas” series:

From the artist himself, “My current work is based on the remote and isolated geography of Iceland. I photograph miniature dioramas that I construct using primarily wool, food, and random objects from the studio… To re-live the barren highlands I chose poppy seeds, coco powder, coffee, milk, and chocolate cake crumbs to represent the various textures found in this landscape. The cake like volcanic landforms, milky blue lagoons, and edible faux-craters capture the likeness of this area in Iceland.


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