Sugarcoat It Studio Takes the Cake

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Why a picture of the "Beneath The Great Wave off Kanagawa"? This painting is the inspiration for one of Markell's cakes. Pretty cool, huh?

If you want a cake that tastes as good as it looks, then check out the spectacular cakes made and decorated by Krista Markell. Below is a teaser of a short article I wrote for Diablo magazine about Markell and her cakes. 

“For Krista Markell of Sugarcoat It Studio in Berkeley, seeing her works of art vanish is all in a day’s work. Markell’s medium isn’t oil paints or acrylics…” Read more.  

Be sure to check out Markell’s portfolio of cake designs. Even if you’re not in the market for buying a cake, it is fun to see how creative Markell is with her cake decorating.

2 Thoughts on “Sugarcoat It Studio Takes the Cake

  1. These cakes ARE amazing! Wow, did you find out how long it takes her to make? And I saw that this article was on the Diablo website! How exciting!

  2. andrealein on March 11, 2009 at 12:14 PM said:

    Hi Erica! Yes! Her cakes are amazing! The photos on her website do much more justice to her art and creativity than the Diablo photo.

    I’m sure how long it takes to make a cake depends a great deal on how big the cake is or how involved the design is, but she said it takes 24 hours to make a wedding cake — and I’m pretty sure that is 24 hours of solid work, not from one afternoon to the next. Now that’s dedication!

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