Resembling a pink-frosted, sugary fairyland of lipsmacking cakes that are wall-mounted, hanging or standing, Cakeland is an art installation created by Californian artist Scott Hove. Alas, the cakes are not edible as they are made from acrylic media, paint, wood, and cardboard.
Scrolling down, you'd notice some of the cakes have fangs.
Hove says "Being such a place of beauty, Cakeland requires that it be equipped with its own defense, because the reality of beauty and perfection is that people want to possess it. So for their own protection, the sculptures and installations have evolved strategically placed sharp teeth and horns. Without this aggressive aspect-- call it the anti-cake-- the beauty is vulnerable, transitory, and not to be respected."
Oh amazing...nom nom nom!ReplyDelete
That is so cool!!! Thanks so much for sharing.ReplyDelete
I can imagine how many people have craved for cake after seeing that!ReplyDelete
I swear, you are the only person that I know that could find a cake with fangs, scary one too! I would only want to steal it though if I could eat it, lol!ReplyDelete
I love the cake dragons. They save it from too much sweetness.ReplyDelete
OMG I havwe been gone so long my friend I am so sorry... geez louise....ReplyDelete
LOVE cake so want my room to be like that.... and I would kill 2 birds with one stone.... pink and sugar yummy!
oooo, I love it! I want to live in Cakeland only without the fanged cakes LOLReplyDelete
Interesting, cool and a bit scary all at the same time.ReplyDelete
Wow, that's incredible! HOw does one come up with an idea for something like this??ReplyDelete