Ever wondered what a beautiful painting would look like if you use it as design for a cake? Maybe you’ve thought that it would look awesome or somewhat horrible? Fortunately, Maria A. Aristidou is working on her new project, which focuses exactly on that.
Maria’s project called, “Art on Cakes” is being done for local patisserie Vienna Boutique, a cake gallery in Larnaka, Cyprus. Also she’s best known for creating art in coffee, she decided to try and venture on a totally new field with her passion.
Each cake painting takes approximately 6 to 10 hours to make, depending on its design and size. The cakes are all made with Vienna Boutique’s popular chocolate recipe covered in sugar paste and then decorated with edible paints.
Below are samples of a few of her works:
The Scream, 1893
Edward Munch, National Gallery, Oslo
It perfectly captures the famous painting and each intricate detail has been carefully added onto every layer of the cake.
Girl Before Mirror, 1932
Pablo Picasso, Museum of Modern Art, New York City
Incorporating one of Pablo Picasso‘s painting on a cake totally gives it a new kind of artistic effect on it. It’s like it has come alive on a totally different level.
Water Lilies, 1916
Claude Monet, National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo
Simple yet elegant. This piece is truly an example that there is beauty in simple things.
The Starry Night, 1889
Vincent Van Gogh, Museum of Modern Art, New York City
Eating this cake would certainly put you in a tranquil state. With its beautiful imagery and serene colors combined together, it truly gives off a relaxing feeling.
The Persistence of Memory, 1931
Salvador Dali, Museum of Modern Art, New York City
Be honest, would you eat this cake or would you rather keep it as a decoration for your house? Kind of hard to pick which is the better choice, right?
These cakes totally brought out a whole new look to these beautiful paintings. They came alive into something that’s totally different from their former selves. It’s not that these cakes are better compared to the original pieces, but they do provide a fresh way to look at them. It offers us with a totally new perspective that is both refreshing to the eyes and to the palette.
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