Michelle Wibowo

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Michelle Wibowo (born 1978, Indonesia) is a British sugar craft artist whose specialty is making sculpted cakes and sugar sculpture

Biography[edit]

She graduated from the National Bakery School and begin career in cake decorating in London. Her first international success was in October 2008 when she was awarded a gold and silver medal for her creations in International Exhibition of Culinary Art in Germany. She created a lifesize hound dog shape sugar sculpture which won her gold and picked up silver for a cake of Elizabeth I of England.[1]

In July 2009, she created a giant cupcake measuring 2 meters by 1.25 meters, to feed thousands of Covent Garden real food market visitor.[2] [3]

In September 2010, Wibowo's creation is on display as part of Experimental Food Society Spectacular with other Britain's leading food artist.[4][5] [6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dog cake wins Olympic gold for Britain, Metro Newspaper London, 21 October 2008 ([1])
  2. ^ Crowds Queue For Covent Garden Cupcake
  3. ^ World Largest Cupcake Covent Garden, Guardian.co.uk, 17 July 2009 ([2])
  4. ^ Foodie Spectacular The Independent 23 September 2010 ([3])
  5. ^ Spectacular Banquet, Metro Newspaper London, 17 September 2010 ([4])
  6. ^ Experimental Food Society Exhibition, BBC London, 21 September 2010 ([5])

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