Listen, it's not often we get to write articles that will appeal to as broad a range of people as this one will. If you love cake, architecture, geometry, math, cool patterns, snacks or people named Dinara, you're in for a thrill. Dinara Kasko was an architect who decided designing buildings wasn't cool enough for her anymore. She took the mathematical and geometric concepts she used in architecture and went, "What if we caked this?"
Dinara has created a range of 3D-printed silicon molds, which makes this culinary brilliance possible.
So... this is a cake. WHAT?! Yep, this is what happens when an architect becomes a pastry chef. Custom molds made with a 3D printer then filled with creamy, cakey goodness <3 Delicious edible art by #DinaraKasko on the site today: https://t.co/1kC7gz97RY pic.twitter.com/NeDnGnlqbz— the jealous curator (@jealouscurator) December 12, 2017
Sorry, Dinara but for those ill-informed people claiming your cakes are "too beautiful to eat", please send ALL of your cakes to me, Vincent Wright, at... 😂😂— Vincent Wright (@VincentWright) December 12, 2017
(More Seriously: WOW!! Are they beautiful, beautiful, BEAUTIFUL works of ART!!
(But, I'd still eat them! ALL😂❤️😂))
Printers are finally doing what God wanted them created for.— Out The Window (@frreigns) July 16, 2017