Talented Artist Bakes Realistic Cakes That Look Like Everyday Objects

Luke says that some of his cakes can take up to 14 hours to create. But each one is a labor of love…A labor of love that gets chopped in half.

Luke Vincentini, 23, is a talented cake artist that works at the world-famous Carlo’s Bakery in Lanoka Harbor, New Jersey.

He has recently gone viral for his cakes that look like everyday objects. From a bag of Doritos to a can of White Claw, it’s hard to believe they are edible.

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A tall boy? For my mango White Claw?? It’s more likely than you think. . . . #cake #cakedecorating #fondant #baker #buttercream #sugarart #sugar #bakery #cuttingvideo #asmr #whiteclaw #mango #can #summer #painting

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Luke says that some of his cakes can take up to 14 hours to create. But each one is a labor of love…A labor of love that gets chopped in half.

“People’s reactions have been the best part. They usually go nuts but there have been people who say it makes them uncomfortable to watch,” Luke said.

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Midweek slump cured ☕️🙌🏻 . . . #cake #cakedecorating #cakeart #fondant #baker #buttercream #sugarart #sugar #bakery #cuttingvideo #satisfying #painting #latte #coffee #latteart #wiltoncakes

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“After looking at something for so long, you kind of just start nit-picking every little thing. I totally do that with my cakes but that’s what makes them even more spot on.”

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Somebody light a match 🔥🎂

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“Ironically, I’m not a huge cake person, but people seem to love the taste. You can’t have a great looking cake that isn’t delicious!”