Heather Barranco Dreamcakes was featured in the Vogue Japan blog. We didn’t go to Japan to design a Japanese cake or have an exciting fun filled trip. They simply found us online. We’re honestly not sure what the whole blog says because we don’t read Japanese. But most of it seems to be translated online.For those of you who may be able to read Japanese or want to check it out, here’s the link: Vogue Japan. Vogue Japan included a number of our photos including our Vogue Cake, Indian Elephant Cake, Juicy Wedding Cake, Pnina Tornai Cake, and Hillary Clinton’s Cake, among others.
We have a lot of Asian style cakes in our gallery because it’s one of our favorite styles of art & design. You can see their influence on the many Asian cakes we get asked to do. That’s not to say that we don’t love other styles. It’s just that the sense of style is so beautiful and artistic while the many cultural dresses are so unique and elegant. Japanese art is know for it’s simplicity and being inspired by nature; cherry blossoms, peaceful lakes, large mountains and large peonies. Just look at their writing; it’s a work of art! If you want to experience some beautiful Asian art, take a trip to NYC Metropolitan Museum’s Asian wing. Who couldn’t get lost in their beautiful sense of style? It takes one to another time and place that seems so exotic.
Thanks for including Heather Barranco Dreamcakes in your blog Vogue Japan! Sending a little blog love back to Japan!