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Cake artist Sylvia Weinstock

Cake artist Sylvia Weinstock

Delicious and realistic, Deer. Work by Cake artist Sylvia Weinstock

Cake artist Sylvia Weinstock
Can you believe this deer is a cake? Talented artist and cook designer Sylvia Weinstock has been creating such fantastic celebratory cakes for more than 30 years. In fact, these cakes are as delicious as they are beautiful. According to Sylvia Weinstock, she uses various ingredients – butter, cream, fresh fruit and chocolate. However, more than ingredients important unlimited fantasy and a real talent of an artist and a sculptor. And Sylvia Weinstock obtains these qualities. Talented cake artist Sylvia Weinstock is a New York Manhattan based designer, whose company has about 30 years of experience in creating fabulous cakes. Noteworthy, Sylvia Weinstock made cakes for the Clinton White House, as well as numerous celebrity weddings. Artful cakes by Sylvia Weinstock appeared in in several media publications from Modern Bride to the New York Times.
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Shay Aaron Miniature food sculpture

Miniature food sculpture

Miniature food sculpture by Israeli artist Shay Aaron

Shay Aaron Miniature food sculpture. Talented Israeli sculptor-miniaturist Shay Aaron creates mouthwatering models of foodstuffs which look realistic. His delicious looking miniature food sculptures scaled down to a ratio of just 1:12 – smaller than a 1p piece. Each handmade creation has so many details that you might think they are really food except their super mini size. Of course they are not edible, but just a perfect miniature reproduction made from polymer clay Fimo. A bottle of wine, sweets and cakes, lobster and scrambled eggs, fruit and sandwiches made by Tel Aviv-Yafo-based artist Shay Aaron are good both as a sculpture and a piece of jewelry. Food fun jewellery is another art direction of the brilliant artist-miniaturist and jeweler Shay Aaron
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Victor Nunes Chocolate art

Chocolate art by Brazilian artist Victor Nunes

Chocolate art by Brazilian artist Victor Nunes

Victor Nunes Chocolate art. Brazilian artist Victor Nunes create incredible chocolate portraits just pouring hot chocolate on a plate. 65-year-old São Paulo based artist Victor Nunes has more than 40 years of experience as an advertiser and an art director. Food art is a kind of therapy for him, and every day he creates something. He doesn’t have any preference for materials, using coffee, chocolate, butter, cloths, fabric, any food to create create mini-masterpieces – faces, people and animals, sometimes combining pen and paper with household objects.
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Sushi art by Takayo Kiyota

Sushi art by Takayo Kiyota

Sushi art by Japanese food artist Takayo Kiyota

Sushi art by Takayo Kiyota. Japanese food artist Takayo Kiyota creates art from Makizushi rolled sushi. Rolls coming out of the hands of Takayo Kiyota – real art objects, not just sushi. Externally huge cylindrical roll wrapped in seaweed, and doesn’t differ from traditional sushi, except the size. However, with the first slice the illusion of usual sushi disappears – the customer sees a stunning food painting. The themes of edible pictures vary from classical paintings, such as iconic “Scream” by Edvard Munch to modern life stories and characters.
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Cake artist Inna Bu

Russian self-taught pastry cake artist Inna Bu

Russian self-taught pastry cake artist Inna Bu

Cake artist Inna Bu
Self-taught artist Inna Bu is a cameraman, photographer and video engineer – all in one. Her job, in particular, is to create a high quality memory of a holiday, a wedding or a birthday party. And she copes with this task very well, creating beautiful and interesting DVD films and HD photo-books of different formats on any topic. That’s her job. Besides, Inna Bu has 10 years of experience of working on TV.
However, the most precious in her life are her two children and family. In addition, she enjoys writing poetry, embroidery, beaded icons, and carving. Meanwhile, she has reached perfection in creating cakes. Inna generously shares her secrets and recipes on her webpage, and she literally swims in the sea of admiration from her subscribers and viewers. Undoubtedly, her cakes is a kind of food art.
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