Next week is Thanksgiving, or as we like to call it: the Nom Nom Olympics. To celebrate the annual face-stuffin', we're spotlighting an artist who appreciates not only the culinary pleasures of food, but also its aesthetic value. Carl Warner is world famous for his visually stunning "foodscapes" series, in which re-imagines everyday edibles as landscapes, buildings, and even people. Each of his pieces is meticulously designed and photographed, and they will definitely make you wish that such appetizing worlds really existed (even though our stomachs would explode if they did). For more of Warner's work, check out his website or his two books, Food Landscapes and A World of Food.