Italian Pastry Chef Creates Miniature Worlds With Desserts – Design You Trust

Italian Pastry Chef Creates Miniature Worlds With Desserts

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Matteo Stucchi is a pastry chef from Monza, Italy, who builds playful tasty-looking worlds using only desserts and and fills them with little figurines.

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“A dessert’s looks is just as important as its taste,” says Matteo.

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Baked brownies become mining sites, cake pops turn into a Ferris wheel – there’s no limit to his wild imagination. The only thing that comes close to his creativity is his patience. The attention he gives to every detail is just amazing.

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