Talented Bakeries Are Creating Cakes That Look Like Paradise Islands

Cake Art by Dolnyk Bakery

Dolnyk Bakery

Talented dessert artists have modeled cakes after iconic paintings from art history, colorful koi ponds, and even hand-embroidery designs. Now, bakeries are transforming delectable cakes into incredible paradise islands. These edible masterpieces feature rippling ocean waves, sandy beaches, tropical green foliage, and even fish.

Based in Ukraine, Dolnyk Bakery is one of the pastry stores leading this trend. Founder Kristina Dolnyk sculpts each cake by hand, creating a variety of aquatic-inspired environments. While some cakes depict expansive oceans dotted with sailboats, others resemble rocky shores, where sea creatures roam beneath the water's surface. Trapped in her jelly water are porpoises, manta rays, and a variety of coral and seashells.

Paladarte in El Salvador is another bakery creating oceanic cake art. The owner, Jessica, often shares cross-section photos of her cakes, so that viewers can see the different layers involved in making it. Typically, the island and beaches are made up of cake and frosting, while the water is jelly. She says, “When baking this cake, the key thing was finding the right consistency for the jelly (I live in a super hot country) without sacrificing the flavor. A cake has to not only look good but taste good as well.”

Scroll down to see more amazing cake art and be sure to follow Dolnyk Bakery and Paladarte Bakery on Instagram to keep up to date with their latest creations.

Talented bakeries are transforming cakes into paradise islands.

Cake Art by Dolnyk Bakery

Dolnyk Bakery

Ukraine-based bakery Dolnyk adds tropical fish and boats to their colorful cakes.

Cake Art by Dolnyk Bakery

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Cake Art by Dolnyk Bakery

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Cake Art by Dolnyk Bakery

Dolnyk Bakery

Cake Art by Dolnyk Bakery

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Cake Art by Dolnyk Bakery

Dolnyk Bakery

Cake Art by Dolnyk Bakery

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Cake Art by Dolnyk Bakery

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Paradise Island Cake

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Cake Art by Dolnyk Bakery

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Cake Art by Dolnyk Bakery

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Cake Art by Dolnyk Bakery

Dolnyk Bakery

El Salvador-based bakery Paladarte creates incredible cakes that look like aquatic wonderlands.

Cake Art by Paladarte

Paladarte Bakery

Cake Art by Paladarte

Paladarte Bakery

Cake Art by Paladarte

Paladarte Bakery

Cake Art by Paladarte

Paladarte Bakery

Cake Art by Paladarte

Paladarte Bakery

Cake Art by Paladarte

Paladarte Bakery

Watch this video to see how Paladarte makes their incredible cakes:

Dolnyk Bakery:  Instagram
Paladarte: Website | Facebook | Instagram

My Modern Met granted permission to feature photos by Dolnyk Bakery and Paladarte Bakery.

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Margherita Cole

Margherita Cole is a Contributing Writer at My Modern Met and illustrator based in Southern California. She holds a BA in Art History with a minor in Studio Art from Wofford College, and an MA in Illustration: Authorial Practice from Falmouth University in the UK. When she’s not writing, Margherita continues to develop her creative practice in sequential art.

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