Breathtaking Miniature Landscapes Made of Food

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At first glance, Vancouver-based artist Eszther Burghardt’s Edible Vistas photos look like hazy, gorgeous landscape shots. In fact, as the series’ title suggests, they’re miniature scenes created out of seeds, milk, cake crumbs, and other foods and photographed tilt-shift style — making this the only art project in recent memory that fills us with both wanderlust and hunger. Click through to see some of our favorite images from Edible Vistas, which we discovered via PetaPixel, and visit Burghardt’s website to explore more of her work (including a similar series of landscapes constructed out of wool).

Eszther Burghardt, Milky Dip, 2010, inkjet print, 12.25″ x 16.5″

Eszther Burghardt, Lava for Dessert, 2010, inkjet print, 12.25″ x 16.5″

Eszther Burghardt, Mossy Treat, 2010, inkjet print, 12.25″ x 16.5″

Eszther Burghardt, Swallowed Vista, 2010, inkjet print, 12.25″ x 16.5″

Eszther Burghardt, Bake, 2010, inkjet print, 12.25″ x 16.5″

Eszther Burghardt, Gorge, 2010, inkjet print, 12.25″ x 16.5″

Eszther Burghardt, Thirsty Lagoon, 2010, inkjet print, 12.25″ x 16.5″

Eszther Burghardt, No Cakewalk, 2010, inkjet print, 12.25″ x 16.5″

Eszther Burghardt, Lava Cake, 2010, inkjet print, 12.25″ x 16.5″

Eszther Burghardt, Milky Way, 2010, inkjet print, 12.25″ x 16.5″