The Swedish artist is pioneering the practice of mouldscape architecture: designing and cultivating his way through a catalogue of horticultural styles, from the romantic to the formal, on a two-foot-square base of pasta sheets, bread, and bacon fat.
Johansen says it usually takes about 10 days for the mold to be thick enough for him to photograph.
Johansen also doesn’t edit, or manipulate his photos in anyway.
“Nothing is manipulated in Photoshop. Everything is done on the table which I later set with light and shoot,” he said.
These photos are pretty eerie, but oddly beautiful.
This looks more like a foggy alien garden than a moldy table. Amazing.
(Via: Edible Geography)