For example, the picture on the left here is made entirely out of food with the sea being made out of red salmon, rocks out of potatoes, etc. You can see a mini-gallery of his foodscapes on bbc.co.uk.
You can see higher quality versions of the same pictures and more at his web site which, unfortunately, is a bit of a user-unfriendly Flash monstrosity so expect to have little idea what to do and lots of new windows and it to be unusable at any resolution under 1024×768 (in fact, even on that resolution part of the interface falls off the bottom of the window when you view some photos). Anyway, the gallery I’m talking about is called Photographics and, when I was last there, is opened by clicking the orange box. The picture above and his other Foodscapes can be seen on the second page of the Photographics album which is accessed by clicking the little portfolios at the bottom left.
I also liked a couple of the landscapes on the first page of the Photographics album with a forest made out of boots and a cityscape made out of consumer electronics such as iPods and Xbox 360s.
Go take a look.