Rotten Food Landscapes

A unique artist has created this extraordinary series of other-worldly landscapes – using nothing more than rotten fruit and veg. The bizarre artwork is the result of leaving everything from corn to pumpkins out in the open for up to two months as they gradually decay into mouldy, smelly leftovers. But by using macro photography to get up close and personal to the surface of the various food, the remarkable shots appear to bring the dead food back to life.

A unique artist has created this extraordinary series of other-worldly landscapes - using nothing more than rotten fruit and veg. The bizarre artwork is the result of leaving everything from corn to pumpkins out in the open for up to two months as they gradually decay into mouldy, smelly leftovers. But by using macro photography to get up close and personal to the surface of the various food, the remarkable shots appear to bring the dead food back to life.

A unique artist has created this extraordinary series of other-worldly landscapes - using nothing more than rotten fruit and veg. The bizarre artwork is the result of leaving everything from corn to pumpkins out in the open for up to two months as they gradually decay into mouldy, smelly leftovers. But by using macro photography to get up close and personal to the surface of the various food, the remarkable shots appear to bring the dead food back to life.

A unique artist has created this extraordinary series of other-worldly landscapes - using nothing more than rotten fruit and veg. The bizarre artwork is the result of leaving everything from corn to pumpkins out in the open for up to two months as they gradually decay into mouldy, smelly leftovers. But by using macro photography to get up close and personal to the surface of the various food, the remarkable shots appear to bring the dead food back to life.

A unique artist has created this extraordinary series of other-worldly landscapes - using nothing more than rotten fruit and veg. The bizarre artwork is the result of leaving everything from corn to pumpkins out in the open for up to two months as they gradually decay into mouldy, smelly leftovers. But by using macro photography to get up close and personal to the surface of the various food, the remarkable shots appear to bring the dead food back to life.