Paul Joachim of Art Edibles creates the most realistic and frightening life-size Halloween zombie cake ever realized

Internationally acclaimed chef and artist Paul Joachim creates a Halloween zombie cake sculpture so realistic and scary it's hard to tell the difference between the cake and the party goers.

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The cake is beyond anything I've ever seen before and really anyone, anywhere has experienced!

Orlando, FL (PRWEB) October 30, 2012

Paul Joachim, owner of Art Edibles and live cake sculptor, just completed what is perhaps the most realistic and scary zombie Halloween cake sculpture that has ever been realized. Paul was hired to sculpt a life-size zombie cake for a private Halloween party in the Orlando Florida area. The concept was to create a zombie cake sculpture that would make the guests pause with it's realism, life-size stature and Halloween gore.

“I was completely stunned by the life-size zombie cake Paul Joachim accomplished. The cake is beyond anything I've ever seen before and really anyone, anywhere has experienced! It added so much character, energy and excitement to our party.” said Ted Haines, the customer that commissioned the cake.

You can see samples of this unbelievable cake sculpture by clicking here.

Paul Joachim, owner of Orlando based Art Edibles is known for his life-size cake sculptures and live sculpting performances. As a Food Network Challenge winner and International celebrity chef, he has sculpted cakes live at New York City art galleries, corporate events, private parties and museums across the world. A few examples include a John Lennon cake for the Hard Rock Hotel, a life-size snorkeler at the International Celebrity Chefs Showdown in Aruba and sculpted cakes live for organizations like the National Association of Catering and Events. Take a tour of http://www.artedibles.com to see even more samples of Paul’s incredible cake sculptures.


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