Sweet Bakery in Pastel Colors

On his Instagram account, Raymond aka Ray Ray, presents himself as an “unqualified baker”. Yet the images of his sweet and colorful creations suggest the opposite. Based in Melbourne, Australia, this pastry chef completed a degree in accounting before realizing that pastries interested him more than numbers, and learning bakery by himself. Its culinary specialties : donuts, fortune cookies and sweet sticks, as greedy for the taste buds as for the eyes. Continue reading »

Confectioner Creates Exquisite Cookies That Look Inedible, in a Good Way

Cookies come in all shapes and sizes, but few look as exquisite as those of Costa Rican confectioner Lorena Rodriguez, founder of Lorena’s Sweets. Continue reading »

Japanese Students Build Massive Boat Made Of Handmade Sweets

600 cookies (each half the size of a standard sheet of paper), 40 muffins, 600 bread slices, 200 cream puffs, 420 leaf shaped pies, 250 tarts, 108 waffles, 200 bagels, 600 dice-cut cookies, 1000 marzipan sweets, 2000 chocolate roses. Continue reading »

Emily Blincoe – Sweets Arranged by Colour

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Emily Blincoe is a photographer based in Austin, Texas and her work heavily features collections, even collections of collections. There’s always something satisfying about a spectrum of colour – it’s very easy to get suckered into a range of something or want to buy more than one of a product when there’s a rainbow of colour in front of you. These photographs bottle that idea and serve up sweets, or candy (depending on which side of the Atlantic you are) to you by the colour. Continue reading »