When looking at a case of delicacies in a bakery it’s possible to intuit what anything might taste like because of its common shape or color. Such is not the case with these radically unusual cake designs by Ukrainian pastry chef Dinara Kasko whose innovative techniques result in edible objects, unlike anything we’ve ever seen.
Most of her pieces would look just fine sitting on a pedestal inside a contemporary art museum, but surprisingly everything you see here is totally edible. Kasko actively works math into her creations, including principles like the Voroni method or utilizing 3D modeling and printing to create different cakes or silicon molds. If the cake shapes are unusual, it might be easier to compare to some of the ingredients she uses like sponge cake, chocolate mousse, berry confit, shortcrust dough, and meringue.