The Walking Dead

Wonderful Walking Dead Bobble Head Cake

Walking Dead: Biker Daryl Wacky Wobbler

 

Funko, the king of bobble heads, makes a Walking Dead: Biker Daryl Wacky Wobbler .  It features Daryl Dixon one of the most popular characters on The Walking Dead.  Vanessa’s Cake Designs decided to recreate this bobble head in cake and the end results in amazing!

 

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Can you believe that’s a cake?

Vanessa made this amazing cake as part of The Baking Dead, a collaboration of over 50 cake and sugar artists celebrating the hit AMC series The Walking Dead and helping to spread the word about Domestic Violence Prevention and Awareness.  You can find The Baking Dead on the web, Facebook, and Twitter.

These sugar artists come from all over the globe. Each artist chose a character or scene from the show to recreate in sugar or cake form. They were asked to incorporate the emotion and relationships that are conveyed in the show and use butter, sugar, candy and cake to make you “feel” through their piece, in much the same way that the show conveys such strong emotions. 

Since the beginning of the show, the issue of domestic violence has reared it’s ugly head and continues to be an issue faced throughout the series. The Baking Dead is dedicate to all the survivors of domestic violence and to wants to link with as many domestic violence prevention and awareness organizations as possible, including the National Center on Domestic & Sexual Violence.  Many in the group have been touched by or are survivors of domestic violence in one form or another and felt that this would be a great opportunity to get the word out.

The Governor’s Victims Will Send Chills Down Your Spine!

Walking Dead Sculpture

Talk about a sugar sculpture that gives me chills!  The detail on the zombie head is unbelievable.  This creeptastic Walking Dead edible sculpture was made by Mitchies Munchies

Chef Mitchie made this creeptastic creation for The Baking Dead. The Baking Dead is a collaboration of 50 plus cake and sugar artists celebrating The Walking Dead comic and TV series.  The Baking Dead is also helping to spread the word about Domestic Violence Prevention and Awareness.  You can find The Baking Dead on the web, Facebook, and Twitter.

These sugar artists come from all over the globe. Mitchies Munchies is located in Las Vegas, Nevada. Each artist chose a character or scene from the TV show or comic to recreate in sugar or cake form. They were asked to incorporate the emotion and relationships that are conveyed in The Waling Dead and use butter, sugar, candy and cake to make you “feel” through their piece, in much the same way that The Walking Dead conveys such strong emotions.

In both the TV show and comic, the issue of domestic violence has reared it’s ugly head and continues to be an issue faced by characters.  The Baking Dead decided to dedicate this collaboration to all the survivors of domestic violence and to link with as many domestic violence prevention and awareness organizations as possible, including the National Center on Domestic & Sexual Violence. Many in the group have been touched by or are survivors of domestic violence in one form or another and felt that this would be a great opportunity to get the word out.

 

Walking Dead Cake

Believe it or not, both the fish tank and zombie head are edible.  The cake board has fondant details and was painted with edible paints to look like hardwood flooring.  The fish tank was made from CakePlay Isomalt and gum paste. The head was carved from modeling chocolate & fondant.  Then, it was hand-painted. The shards of “glass” were CakePlay Isomalt and the “water” was DECOgel.

 

The Governor's Fish Tank

Chef Mitchie chose the fight between The Governor and Michonne in the episode “Made to Suffer” as her theme.  This is one of the fish tank’s where the governor kept the heads of his victims.  The fish tank was destroyed by Michonne during their fight.  The blood on one of the shards belongs to Michonne.

 

The Governor's Fish Tank

The Governor's Fish Tank

 

Remember: this amazing Walking Dead edible sculpture is just one of 50+ items created for The Baking Dead!  To see the rest, visit The Baking Dead.  You can find them on the web,Facebook, and Twitter.

Sorrow For Sophia Peletier

Sophia Peletier

This sorrowful portrait of Sophia Peletier before and after being infected was made by my friend Jean from Cakes with Character.  Jean made this for The Baking Dead, a collaboration consisting of 50 plus cake and sugar artists celebrating the hit AMC series The Walking Dead.  The Baking Dead is also helping to spread the word about Domestic Violence Prevention and Awareness.  You can find The Baking Dead on the web, Facebook, and Twitter.

These sugar artists come from all over the globe. Cakes with Character is located in Hicksville, New York.  Each artist chose a character or scene from the show to recreate in sugar or cake form. They were asked to incorporate the emotion and relationships that are conveyed in the show and use butter, sugar, candy and cake to make you “feel” through their piece, in much the same way that the show conveys such strong emotions.  Jean chose the morning and sadness that Sophia felt when she became infected.  Jean wanted to convene this by showing who Sophia was and what she would become.  Jean did this by showing Sophia’s two halves in an old antique frame with the broken glass. 

Since the beginning of the show, the issue of domestic violence has reared it’s ugly head and continues to be an issue faced throughout the series. The Baking Dead is dedicate to all the survivors of domestic violence and to wants to link with as many domestic violence prevention and awareness organizations as possible, including the National Center on Domestic & Sexual Violence.  Many in the group have been touched by or are survivors of domestic violence in one form or another and felt that this would be a great opportunity to get the word out.  On The Walking Dead, Sophia’s father, Ed, is show to be abusive and it is strongly implied that Sophia was abused.   

Remember: this is just one of over 50 pieces created for The Baking Dead!  To see the rest, visit The Baking Dead.  You can find them on the web, Facebook, and Twitter.

Since Easter weekend begins tomorrow, I’ll be featuring an amazing Easter cake collaboration all weekend.  On Monday, I’ll be back with more of The Baking Dead.

The Walking Dead Make One Sweet Cookie

Walking Dead Cookie

Ready to have your mind blown?  The terrific piece of artwork you see on the stand is a cookie.  This stunning Walking Dead Cookie was made by Michelle from FROSTING – Cakes & Cookies

Michelle made this as part of The Baking Dead. The Baking Dead is a collaboration consisting of 50+ cake & sugar artists celebrating the hit AMC series The Walking Dead and helping to spread the word about Domestic Violence Prevention and Awareness.  You can find The Baking Dead on the web, Facebook, and Twitter.

These sugar artists come from all over the globe. Each artist chose a character or scene from the show to recreate in sugar or cake form. They were asked to incorporate the emotion and relationships that are conveyed in the show and use butter, sugar, candy and cake to make you “feel” through their piece, in much the same way that the show conveys such strong emotions.

Since the beginning of the show, the issue of domestic violence has reared it’s ugly head and continues to be an issue faced throughout the series. We decided to dedicate this collaboration to all the survivors of domestic violence and to link with as many domestic violence prevention and awareness organizations as possible, including the National Center on Domestic & Sexual Violence. Many in the group have been touched by or are survivors of domestic violence in one form or another and felt that this would be a great opportunity to get the word out.

Michelle’s hand painted cookie features The Greene Family Farm.  The farm is the main setting for Season 2 of The Walking Dead.  In real life the farm is in Senoia, Georgia which is about an hour from where I live.

 

Walking Dead Cookie

The most amazing thing about Michelle’s cookie? The size!  It is much smaller than it looks in the first picture.  I have no idea how Michelle made such an amazing detailed painting on such a tiny cookie.  

Remember: This amazing Walking Dead edible sculpture is just one of 50+ items created for The Baking Dead.  To see the rest, visit The Baking Dead.  You can find them on the web,Facebook, and Twitter.