Dinara Kasko is a former architect who became interested in patisserie. Putting her 3D skills to use, Kasko began designing cakes with unlikely shapes--"I like sharp, straight lines," she writes--and using a 3D printer to create cakes molds to realize her visions.
Eventually she ditched architecture altogether, and now spends her time creating these:
You can buy molds of Kasko's designs here.
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If these taste half as good as they look I'd have a very difficult debate of having my cake or eating it. Beautiful designs!
I even started drooling!
Great work. Very creative!
these are gorgeous!