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
The world first edible cake billboard created by Michelle Wibowo of Michelle Sugar Art outside Westfield Shopping Centre Shepherd’s Bush London on the 4 September. This 6mx3m billboard was made from 13,360 Mr Kipling cakes and it took 6 hours to assemble overnight the day before carries message ‘Life is Better with Cake'. Timelapse of the making PR Coverage: Mr Kipling unveils giant edible billboard at Westfield - Daily Mail Edible Cake Billboard wows London shoppers - MSN News
A life-sized cake of Mr Darcy Character from BBC’s Pride and Prejudice played by Colin Firth, has been unveiled to celebrate the launch of Jane Austen Season on UKTV Drama Channel. This 6ft tall creation was on display at National Trust property Lyme Park in Cheshire which was used as Mr Darcy's home Pemberley in the mini-series and where the famous lake scene was filmed. It's made out of vanilla sponge cake with vanilla buttercream filling and chocolate ganache. Michelle uses 25kg of flour, 25kg of butter and 45 kg of sugar and took more than 200 hours to make. Have your cake (and eat it too) Mr. Darcy ? The skin was made out of sugar paste and detailed with food colouring Press Coverage: Delicious Colin Firth - Daily Mail Life size Mr Darcy cake made for Pride and Prejudice anniversary - The List UKTV marks start of Jane Austen season with life-sized cake tribute to Pride and Prejudice's Mr Darcy - Wales Online Colin Firth's Mr Darcy perfectly recreated in impr
Celebrating the reopening HMS Belfast in London today, Michelle Wibowo from Michelle Sugar Art created 4 foot long replica of the famous ship that has moored near Tower Bridge London for 50 Years. The nine-deck Town-class light cruiser was built in the Northern Irish capital in 1936 and launched two years later. Belfast played a major role in the Second World War, initially as part of the British naval blockade against Germany. Michelle is delivering HMS Belfast cake, can you spot the actual HMS Belfast in the background ?