The BakeKing’s Hyperrealistic Cake Creations

Graphic Design
Posted: November 20 2020 @ 5:46 AM | From: | Author: Aimée McLaughlin

Ben Cullen has built up a cult following for his mesmerising illusion cakes, which have appeared everywhere from Slowthai's recent music video to Jurgen Klopp’s birthday party. He talks about how his career journey took him from graphic design to tattooing to cake artistry

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