Talented Turkish chef Tuba Geçkil is making the best use of her time during coronavirus lockdowns to focus on her hyper-realistic cakes of just about anything you can think of and along the way, has to become a viral sensation.
Geçkil adding the finishing touches to her life-size creation of Villanelle from BBC drama 'Killing Eve', on display during Cake International 2019 at the NEC, Birmingham.
Although Geçkil stresses that she is not a trained painter or sculptor, even her YouTube profile picture shows her carrying paintbrushes, hinting at her amazing feats.
Geçkil, originally from Turkey’s central Anatolian province of Eskişehir, grew up in a family full of art, with both of her parents being amateur painters.
Geçkil is assertive about the taste of her realistic cakes. “I design cakes like a completely personal haute couture dress design, and I customize them with everything from A to Z, according to taste.”
Most of Geçkil’s customers order cakes with their mothers or fathers on them or else want a cake for their children’s first birthday in the shape of the child.
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