Ukrainian architect becomes first 3D pastry chef in the world
It is in the most unexpected times that people come up with their best talents. Or at least so is the case with Dinara Kasko a 28 year old Ukrainian artist who is the world’s first 3D pastry chef while being an architect and designer.
It was when Dinara went into pregnancy that she had ample of time to kill while her baby still being in her. The two years gap transformed Dinara’s life from being an architect to creating a new platform for her while learning baking as well as mastering the art to such heights that with a little insight of her architecture mind she creates the most amazing 3D pastries and cakes that are an art of their own.
As Dinara was too creative to stick to normal designs she sit on the computer and making use of her fine craftsmanship and modern technology of design she combined her knowledge with baking skills. She would create a 3D cake artwork on her computer, take the printout through her 3D printer and decide how she is going to bake the cake. With the help of 3D model to generate design for moulds she would design silicon mould to bake her cake. She balked these cakes while she had been going to office as well as had a new baby. All of the work done while her baby would sleep.
Creativity always meets a new definition and this time it is the Instagram account of Dinara which is making us drool over the cakes and the beautiful designs that Dinara has come up with. The amazing shapes, colours and 3D effect to the cakes break the physics in baking and bring out new perceptions in the world of sweets. The designs are hard to imagine and even harder to imagine that Dinara did all this while her baby would sleep.