Collaborations

Indian Cinema Sugar Art Collaboration – Part 2

India Cinema Collaboration features sugar art works from 22 Artists from all over the world. This collaboration spotlights Indian cinema which is a vast and big industry and famous all over the world and is being celebrated by international Cannes Film Festival this year. This collaboration was organized by Dr RB.Sudha.

This is the 2nd of 2 posts about this collaboration. These posts feature only a small sampling of this terrific collaboration. Please visit India Cinema Collaboration to see all of these terrific creations.

This wonderful cake was made by Raicu Madalina Gina

Sugar Artist’s description of the piece:

“Jodhaa Akbar” is the movie chosen by me for this collaboration, a sixteenth century love story about a marriage of alliance that gave birth to true love between a great Mughal emperor, Akbar, and a Rajput princess, Jodha .

 

This wonderful sugar art piece was made by Sana Mohsin

About the artist:

My name is Sana, I live in Dubai.Im an event planner by profession and a cake artist by heart and I do Cake decorating as my hobby.I have been working since 2013. During these years I have created many cakes of different shape, size and themes.
I have won Bronze medal at International Cake show Istanbul. I have also participated in few online competition.Recently I have participated in “ByBora I’m the Cake Star” Competition I selected in top 10 finalists in 2020

Sugar Artist’s description of the piece:

My inspiration based on the movie “Padmavati”I have choosen padmavati’s character as my inspiration,why I have chosen this because I like the courage and bravery of that character. She was a strong and loyal women .
I made my art work on a piece of fondant and cut it in a sugar cookie style and made sketch first by edible marker then did painting with edible dust colors

This wonderful cake was made by Hilda Belinda Ccoiru Estrada

About the artist:

I am Hilda Belinda Ccoiru Estrada, Peruvian; resident in Chile. I am a very passionate self-taught artist, from a very young age I develop myself in everything related to artistic confectionery as an amateur, I work empirically. Due to personal circumstances I was not able to develop myself as a confectioner, however in my crazy quest to realize my dreams 15 years ago I went to a casting in Peru Masters Confectioners, obtaining second place nationally. An average year ago I am finally dedicating myself full time to what I love so much, for the moment I decided to improve myself in the modeling of 3D figures of all kinds. Fantasy and realistic.

Sugar Artist’s description of the piece:

I present to you the bust that I made all in fondant, royal icing applications, beads and edible pearls. My figure is inspired by the 2006 Umrao Jaan movie, the character AishWaryia Rai. Thank you for allowing me to be part of this magnificent collaboration and express my art.

 

This wonderful sugar art was made by Cholys Guillen Requena

About the artist:

I am Cholys, born in 1960, Spain. Mother of two children and I live in Estepona, Málaga. Baking has been a great stage in my life, I have always liked making sweets and one day I discovered creative baking!
With 6 years of experience in the world of Cake Design. Totally self taught. My learning process was based on trying and experimenting with different materials and repeating the pieces a thousand times until I achieved my goal. I am a lover of modeling and plastic chocolate, especially in sculpting small dolls.
My first adventure was to introduce myself to “BCN&CAKE” Barcelona 2016. I won a bronze medal.
In 2019 I participated in “Cake International Birmingham” where I was awarded an Award of Merit.
Over the past year with restrictions related to COVID-19, I have been involved in all possible cake collaborations, creating edible artwork such as shoes, dolls, monsters, etc., and continue to research, create and participate in online collaborations, as the prestigious international contest “Cake Stard, BYBORA SUGARPASTE”, in which my edible work was selected as a Finalist in the category of Sculpted Figure representing Spain. And finally being Star of the Country
In 2021, I recently participated in the “Italy International CAKESHOW”, the most prestigious Italian event dedicated to the art of sugar, pastry and chocolate, where my artwork has been awarded a Gold Award and a Second Assoluto.

Sugar Artist’s description of the piece:

Aśoka is a 2001 Indian film directed by Santosh Sivan that tells the story of Aśoka, an emperor who went from being a bloodthirsty warrior. conqueror and ruler to be a fervent believer in Buddhism and spread it throughout India. This story is based on legends, ..

 

I hope you have enjoyed these sugar art pieces. This posts features only a small sampling of this terrific collaboration. Please visit India Cinema Collaboration to see all of these terrific creations.

Indian Cinema Sugar Art Collaboration – Part 1

Dr-Sudha-Cake

India Cinema Collaboration features sugar art works from 22 Artists from all over the world. This collaboration spotlights Indian cinema which is a vast and big industry and famous all over the world and is being celebrated by international Cannes Film Festival this year. This collaboration was organized by Dr RB.Sudha.

This is the 1st of 2 posts about this collaboration. These posts feature only a small sampling of this terrific collaboration. Please visit India Cinema Collaboration to see all of these terrific creations.

This wonderful cake was made by Dr RB.Sudha.

About the artist:

I am Dr RB Sudha: Astrologer,cake & pastry artist,Life and mindset coach and Trainer From India. A Mother of three sons and a self made person with over a decade of experience in teaching having doctorate in Astrology and several Certifications in Baking,Chocolate making. I love making sugar dolls and 3d sculpting figures.Currently conducting Baking,Decoration and Patisserie workshops in Hyderabad India.I have been Featured in Several international websites,CakesDecor,News paper,cake masters mag and many Tv Programmes. I love participating in international collaborations. I beleive Collaborations gives a opportunity to grow as an artsist and to learn new techniques.
I conduct workshops on Baking, Patisserie, Chocolates(pure also),  Cocoa Butter Coloring, Bean to bar, Vegan Baking, Fermentation(basics), Icing, Fudges, Macaroons, Eggless Bakes.

Sugar Artist’s description of the piece:

Baahubali: The Beginning is a 2015 Indian epic action film co-written and directed by S. S. Rajamouli, and produced by Shobu Yarlagadda and Prasad Devineni under Arka Media Works. The film was produced in Tollywood,[6] the centre of Telugu language films in India and was filmed in both Telugu and Tamil languages simultaneously. The film features an ensemble cast including Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka Shetty, Tamannaah, Ramya Krishna, Sathyaraj, and Nassar. The first of two cinematic parts, the film follows Sivudu, an adventurous young man who helps his love Avantika rescue Devasena, the former queen of Mahishmati who is now a prisoner under the tyrannical rule of king Bhallaladeva. The story concludes in Baahubali 2: The Conclusion.
Baahubali 2: The Conclusion is a 2017 Indian epic action film directed by S. S. Rajamouli, who co-wrote the film with V. Vijayendra Prasad. It was produced by Shobu Yarlagadda and Prasad Devineni under the banner Arka Media Works. The film was produced in Tollywood,[6] the centre of Telugu language films in India and was filmed in both Telugu and Tamil languages simultaneously. The film features an ensemble cast including Prabhas, Rana Daggubati, Anushka Shetty, Tamannaah, Ramya Krishna, Sathyaraj, Nassar, and Subbaraju. The second cinematic part in the Baahubali franchise, it is the follow-up to Baahubali: The Beginning, serving as both a sequel and a prequel.[7] The film is set in medieval India and follows the sibling rivalry between Amarendra Baahubali and Bhallaladeva; the latter conspires against the former and has him killed by Kattappa. Years later, Amarendra’s son returns to avenge his death.

 

This wonderful sugar art piece was made by Iveta Košíková of Torty Zeiko

About the artist:

I’m from Slovakia. I have a great husband, two children, two cats and aquarium with fish. I am a creative artist and an interior designer, I paint on textiles, and cake decorating is my hobby for about 7 years. I won a gold medal and GRAND PRIX 2020 at the international competition in Poland and 1st place at Cake International Virtual Edition 2020. I love colours.

 

This wonderful cookie was made by Yazmin Rodriguez of Yazz Ross cookie store.

About the artist:
My name is Yazmin Rodriguez and I am a cookie artist. I Live in México City and I own a cookie shop.I have worked in the confectionery for 5 years and I am a fashion designer by profession. i love cookie design.
Biografía
Yazmín Rodríguez Lémus
Mi nombre es Yazmín Rodríguez, soy mexicana y diseñadora de modas de
profesión.
Trabajo en mi propio negocio de galletas y pasteles para eventos desde hace
8 años. Me dedico a todo tipo de galletas de pasta seca; sin embargo, mi
fuerte es la galleta decorada, así como el diseño de galletas artísticas.
Sugar Artist’s description of the piece:
The cookie presented here is 3D, inspired by mermaids. This gingerbread all decorated with royal icing and hand painted.
La galleta que presentó aquí es en 3D, inspirada en las sirenas. Todo
está hecho con royal icing.

These wonderful flowers were made by Anka Lukacovicova

About the artist:

My name is Anka Lukacovicova. I live in Bratislava_Slovakia, with my family. I am married and have three adult sons and two grandchildren and I am not a professional baker.
I made my first cake when I was 17 years old. I started making more cakes in 2012 and since baking has become my hobby. My great love is creation of sugar flowers. I have also competed in Farnham, London and Birmingham with my flower arrangements.

I hope you have enjoyed these sugar art pieces. This posts features only a small sampling of this terrific collaboration. Please visit India Cinema Collaboration to see all of these terrific creations.

More Ghibli Cakes and Cookies

Ghibli Castle in the Sky Cake

Castle in the Sky Cake

These Ghibli character Cakes and Cookies feature many different characters from Ghibli studio’s films:  Kiki’s Delivery Service, Grave of Fireflies, Whispers of the Heart, Arrietty, Porko Rosso, & Castle in the Sky. .  This wonderful  Castle in the Sky cake was made by Henry Ng from S.O.S. Cakery

Ghibi Studios 30th Anniversary Sugar Art Collaboration  features edible sugar art works from many Artists from around the world to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Studio Ghibli.  Studio Ghibli Inc. is a Japanese animation film studio headquartered in Koganei, Tokyo. Its mascot and most recognizable symbol is a character named Totoro from My Neighbor Totoro. Among the studio’s highest-grossing films are Spirited Away, Howl’s Moving Castle, and Ponyo.   

This is the last of 4 posts about this collaboration. This post features cakes with characters from several different Ghibli films. These posts feature only a sampling of this terrific collaboration. Please visit Ghibi Studios 30th Anniversary Sugar Art Collaborationto see all of these terrific creations.

Artist’s description of this piece:

Castle in the Sky is a 1986 Japanese animated fantasy adventure film written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki. It was the first film produced by Studio Ghibli ands produced for Tokuma Shoten. It follows the adventures of a young boy and girl in the late 19th century attempting to keep a magic crystal from a group of military agents, while searching for a legendary floating castle. I made the machine hand over the flower to Shita. It’s represent without war or country conflict, everyone can live peaceful and harmony.

Ghibli Porko Rosso Cake

Porko Rosso Cake

This wonderful  cake was made by Ileana Zoltana from Sugar Mama

Artist’s description of this piece:

The plot revolves around an Italian World War I ex-fighter ace, now living as a freelance bounty hunter chasing “air pirates” in the AdriaBc Sea. However, an unusual curse has transformed him into an anthropomorphic pig. Once called Marco Pagot (Marco Rossolini in the American version), he is now known to the world as “Porco Rosso”, Italian for “Red Pig” or “Red Pork”. Although it was never menBoned in the movie, a press release states that he was disillusioned with humanity, and cursed himself to be a pig. Miyazaki stated that “When a man becomes middle-aged, he becomes a pig”. Marco Pagot, aka Porco Rosso, was possibly based on Ensign Charles Hammann, a US Navy fighter pilot during WWI. I choose this character because is my sons favorite.

Arriety Cookie

Arrietty Cookie

This wonderful cookie was made by Ellen-Marie Barker of Sugar Ninja Cakes

Artist’s description of this piece:

Arrietty is based on the story of the borrowers. We are huge Studio Ghibli fans in our house but there could only be one choice when it came to choosing my inspiration for this collaboration as one of my daughters is namee after the film. She was born 8 weeks premature and at just over 3lbs, being so tiny, the name Arrietty seemed apt.

Whispers of the Heart Cookies

Whispers of the Heart Cookies

These wonderful  cookies were made by Becky Rodriquez from Becky Cake. 

Artist’s description of this piece:

I am a huge fan of the Studio Ghibli movies. One of my favorites is Whispers of the Heart. The inspiration for this piece is The Baron. The young girl in the movie sees a cat statue in an antique shop and discovers he is called The Baron. Later she learns the story of The Baron from the shop’s owner.
I used gingerbread and fondant for the base. The cat, antique box, and bottles are gingerbread cookies decorated with royal icing. The basket is gingerbread. All of the flowers and foliage cookies are decorated with fondant and royal icing.

Ghibli Grave of Fireflies cookies

Grave of Fireflies cookies

These wonderful  cookies were made by Clarisa Borunda from Sweet Memories

Artist’s description of this piece:

I love Studio Ghibli movies and one of my favorites Is The grave of fireflies, cause Is a really sad story, but at the same as a lovely message, the love of your family, how when you are only you and your sister and have the responsability to become a man and protect her against the world, a cruelty one. But there’re so many difficulties, the indiference, the selfish of people, this Is when everything turns wrong and at the end of the day both of these little kids found their destination and both die.

I try to represent two scenes very meaning full in a dimensional cookie, i decorated It with coloured royal icing, some details are hand painted.

Kikis Delivery Service cake

Kikis Delivery Service cake

This wonderful  cake was made by Cristina Arevalo from The Art cake Experience

Artist’s description of this piece:

This piece is inspired by Kiki from Kiki Delivery Service. My idea was to portrait an older Kiki flying with her cat and giving her the look of my sugar dolls. This was also inspired by fan art illustrations. I used modeling paste for Kiki and her cat, and the painting of the landscape is also inspired by a promotional poster illustration and painted using Portaleo Oil Painting. Hope you like it!

Ghibi Fox Squirrel Cake

Ghibi Fox Squirrel Cake

This wonderful  cake was made by Muna Fadhil from Muna Suker Cake Company

Artist’s description of this piece:

Fox Squirrel
I chose this character because it is likable. As well as the rest of the characters, they are always lively and interteresting.

In addition,  take a look at these previous My Neighbor Totora Cakes  and Spirited Away Cakes and Cookies and Ghibli Character sugar art posts for more cake and sugar art from this collaboration.

Also,you may also like these Totoro Cakes.

Sculpted Totoro Cake

Totoro and friends Cake

Ghibli Characters Cakes and Cookies

Ghibi Movies Cake

Ghibi Movies Cake

These Ghibi Characters Cakes and Cookies feature characters from Ghibli studio’s films like My Neighbour Totoro, Ponyo, Mononoke Hime, Spirited Away , The Secret World of Arriety, and Porco Rosso.  This first wonderful  cake features Totoro, some PomPokos, and Porco Rosso. This wonderful cake was made by Carolina López from CocoMora Art Bakery.

.Ghibi Studios 30th Anniversary Sugar Art Collaboration  features edible sugar art works from many Artists from around the world to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Studio Ghibli.  Studio Ghibli Inc. is a Japanese animation film studio headquartered in Koganei, Tokyo. Its mascot and most recognizable symbol is a character named Totoro from My Neighbor Totoro. Among the studio’s highest-grossing films are Spirited Away, Howl’s Moving Castle, and Ponyo.   

This is the 3nd of 4 posts about this collaboration. This post features cakes with characters from multiple Ghibli films. These posts feature only a sampling of this terrific collaboration. Please visit Ghibi Studios 30th Anniversary Sugar Art Collaborationto see all of these terrific creations.

Artist’s description of this piece:

My inspiration is the three movies that I loved when I was a child, about a beautiful Totoro, God of nature, some PomPokos who defended their home in nature and a great pilot who turned into a pig man, called Porco Rosso.
Wonderful works that today inspire me to create with imagination.

 

Ghibi Characters cookies

Ghibi Characters Ferris Wheel Cookies

This wonderful sugar art piece was made by Juanita Dulce.

Artist’s description of this piece:

My piece is a wheel of fortune made in biscuit and decorated with Royal Icing, in which I have made the characters from the Ghibli movies that I love the most such as My Neighbour Totoro, Ponyo, Mononoke Hime, Spirited Away , The Secret World of Arriety, Grave of the Fireflies, the Castle in the Sky
The characters are realised in Royal Icing transfers with many details in dimensions.
It has been very difficult to choose between all of them since I love each and every one of their films !! It’s a cookie decorated with real frosting, the characters are made in glase transfers with dimensions

 

Ghibi Cakes

Ghibi Cakes

This wonderful cake was made by Chrissy Askew from AsQ Cakes.

Artist’s description of this piece:

I am a huge fan of Hayao Miyazaki’s work! I jumped at the chance to be a part of this collaboration! With it being character based I wanted to incorporate many of my favorite characters and also pay tribute to their creator hence where the idea to have them all peering through Hayao’s glasses came from, almost watching themselves be created!

Check back on Tuesday for more cakes and sugar art in Ghibi Studios 30th Anniversary Sugar Art Collaboration.

In addition,  take a look at these previous My Neighbor Totora Cakes  and Spirited Away Cakes and Cookies posts for more cake and sugar art from this collaboration.

Also,you may also like these Totoro Cakes.

Sculpted Totoro Cake

Totoro and friends Cake