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This Bakery Artists Make Works of Art that Just So Happen to be Cakes

Tortik Annushka (Annie’s Cake) is a Moscow-based, cake design studio founded in 2009 by brother and sister pastry chefs. In addition to their sumptuous creations, the studio also offers in-class and online training modules for aspiring bakers of all skill levels.

The design studio has amassed a huge following on Instagram, where they boast nearly 800,000 followers who love seeing their jaw-dropping designs and edible sculptures.

Below you will find some of our personal favourites, but be sure to follow them at the links below for hundreds more delicious works of art!

More: Tortik Annushka, Instagram, Facebook h/t: twistedsifter






























































































































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