Cake Artist Makes Amazing Cakes That Look Just Like Everyday Objects – Design You Trust

Cake Artist Makes Amazing Cakes That Look Just Like Everyday Objects

Cake artist Luke Vincentini of Lanoka Harbor, New Jersey creates highly realistic baked creations that are made to look like ordinary items.

Vincentini’s work includes a bag of Doritos, cans of spiked seltzer and beer, a cup of coffee, a chunk of wood, a slab of brick-revealing concrete, a halved lemon and a vintage duck phone. Vincentini told Caters News that it’s hard work, but completely worth it nonetheless.

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For my beautiful, strong Grandma 💗

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Watermelon cutting hack: don’t ask me 🍉

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Fault Line + The Persistence of Memory 🎂🎨

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Somebody light a match 🔥🎂

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Strawberry shortcake. Kinda 🍓

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Cake decorator first, juggler second. 🎂🍋

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Salty then sweet 🎂 ➡️ Swipe! ➡️

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Dessert for breakfast 🥑🍰

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Come for the dessert, stay for the presentation 🎂

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