Today, creative confectionery is more popular than ever, with many artists around the world creating incredible food art from a variety of edible mediums. One artist to have truly mastered her craft is Siew Heng Boon (of Jelly Alchemy) who creates incredible 3D jelly cakes that don’t look like food at all, but instead resemble decorative snow globes or glass paperweights.
From buttercream flowers to geode-inspired icing, we’ve seen many awe-inspiring cakes that capture the beauty of nature.
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Cake decorating is an art form that combines tasty desserts with a visually pleasing aesthetic. In fact, the best cake decorators are experts at using buttercream, fondant, gum paste, and much more to conjure up inspiring cakes that look as good as they taste. Whether creating unique wedding cakes or taking inspiration from art and architecture, many decorators are pushing the boundaries of what’s possible with cake.
Pastry chef extraordinaire Dinara Kasko is known for her incredible math-inspired cakes that look like contemporary sculptures.
Cake art is more popular than ever, with many bakers creating sweet treats that not only taste good, but are...
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Pasta powerhouse Linda Miller Nicholson reimagines the likes of bowtie, ravioli, and tortellini in the most colorful of ways.
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Things are not what they seem on the plates of chef Ben Churchill. His food art is an ongoing series of optical illusions that conceal delicious desserts under the guise that they’re inanimate objects or completely different dishes. Churchill is a master at forming his pannacotta, sponge cakes, and jellies to mimic the size and shape of what he’s trying to imitate; they look so convincing that you only realize they’re sweet treats once you dig in.
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Cake maker Siew Heng Boon crafts confections that don’t look edible at all.