A celebration cake in the shape of a Grammy Award, with the first tier in the shape of the black base made of chocolate cake with chocolate butter cream, and the second tier is the golden award made of carrot cake with vanilla cream and a sugar ornament, commissioned by a private client.
What the client says: "Oh my God, Michelle, it is AMAZING!!!!
Thank you so much, I can't wait to give it to the birthday girl!
It is so detailed and even more impressive than I could ever have imagined! " Natalia-London
Working in collaboration with Mr Kipling's brand, Michelle Wibowo of Michelle Sugar Art reveals the 3 meter tall (sitting down) or about 7 m tall when standing up a life-size giant sculpture of Big Friendly Giant (BFG) from one of the famous Roald Dahl's Children storybook.
The sculpture was covered with around 7500 individual Mr Kipling's cakes from 7 variety, the skin was made using Viennese Whirls, his trousers and top half are made from different types of Angel Slices, plus a few Bakewell tarts around the shirts.
BFG Character in Roald Dahl book
The new range of Mr Kipling Cakes celebrating Roald Dahl's book, notice the BFG Sketch which later is transformed into 3D by Michelle
Mapping variety of Mr Kipling's cake to the surface of BFG
A small scale model created using polymer clay
Michelle was busy at work in her barn-converted studio
Getting BFG out from Michelle's workshop in the evening when the weather is cool
Transporting such giant sculpture…
Hyper realistic, a life size suckling pig made entirely by sponge cake and sugar paste including the vegetables. Michelle's latest creation for the Experimental Food Society 'Spectacular' which is held over the weekend in London. The cake was on display throughout the day and served for the dinner banquet in the evening.
What press said about the pig and the event... Metro UK Video of the making: More pictures...
Celebrating Christmas this year Heathrow Airpot, the Europe's largest airport has commissioned Michelle Wibowo to create 5 meters long and 2.5 meters wide massive gingerbread installation at Heathrow Airport Terminal 5. It took Michelle 200 hours to make and weighs around 50kgs!
The gingerbread airport features Heathrow’s four terminals, the runways and the control tower as well as the much loved stars of Heathrow's Christmas advert, Doris and Edward Bair.
Heathrow discovered that one in four Brits (25%) believe that the smell of gingerbread is the main scent that reminds them of the festive season The gingerbread airport is in Heathrow Terminal 5 on Thursday 13 December.