This wedding cake was created by Cupcakes by SJ for a cousin’s wedding day. The interesting thing about this cake is that it will never be complete. I mean, because it looks like it’s under construction.
If you need something to be the centerpiece of your next Game of Thrones viewing party, this could help. This cake pan makes a cake that looks like a dragon coiled around three eggs.
I think this would be the most difficult cake to frost in the history of cakes.
Australian cake shop Cara Mia Cake made this realistic life-size NES cake for Vanessa and Chris Harding’s wedding. Instead of plastic and metal the chocolate cake is “filled with a cookies and cream white chocolate ganache.”
Word is that this cake was rejected by a client because it was “too gruesome”. Too gruesome? They must not have seen a movie since 1999 and I’m guessing they don’t have the internet. Compared to an average episode of The Walking Dead, this cake is tame, aside from that mouth, which looks like it has a bad case of the herp.
3D printers are getting cooler and cooler every day. Resolutions are quickly approaching the point where it’s possible to create very, very detailed surfaces with a minimum of aliasing. Yeah, I’m calling it “aliasing,” since that’s basically what it is and most of you geeks get the reference.
That feeling you get when you realize that you forgot someone’s birthday is just the worst. You can set alarms and have alerts pop up, but if it slips your mind, it slips your mind, so it’s better to have a back-up plan in place for when it happens.
British Columbia-based designer Kylie Mangles of Freshly Squeez’d has created a realistic 3D cake portraying a half-dissected Ralph Wiggum from The Simpsons. You know Springfield’s famous child weirdo. You probably own the T-shirt.
Awww. Look at this adorable Star Wars cake. It has so much cute that it looks like a Star Wars pre-school toy. It just might be the cutest Star Wars-themed cake ever. Wallingford, Connecticut based bakery You’ve Been Cupcaked is responsible for this sugary treat.
A Cyberman! Run! No, wait. Eat! This “Nightmare in Silver” will only give you a nightmare of a stomach ache after you eat too much frosting. This Cyberman doesn’t want to kill and delete life everywhere, it just wants to get in your belly.
Just as you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, you shouldn’t judge a cake by its frosting either. For example, take this impressive four-tiered cake by Annabel de Vetten.
The black frosting gives the cake a dark vibe overall, but it doesn’t give any clues on what you’ll find on the other side.
This life-sized R2-D2 cake is pretty impressive. And you know what? The best way to find the Death Star plans is to eat until your fork hits them. Then you take like 10 more bites until you admit that you’ve found them.
Angelina Jolie is one beautiful lady, but in cake form? Magnificent. Uh, I mean Maleficent. This hauntingly beautiful and probably delicious cake was created by Eddie Lebeau and Richard Amon of London’s Tattooed Bakers.