Alchemy of Cake is a minimalistic illustration of what cakes are made of, it is the second project of their popular Alchemy series poster. SweeTooth Design has already exceeded their Kickstarter funding goal for this project on the launch day.
Oakland, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/25/2015 -- This project by SweeTooth Design is meant for cake lovers all over the world. Every person that loves cakes is well aware of the fact that there are thousands of cake recipes, each having its unique texture, flavor, and cultural background. Interestingly, the making of each of these mouth-watering cakes involves the use of different tools, ingredients, and processes.
SweeTooth Design was created in 2014 as an organization that is dedicated to food and design inspirations. They conduct researches on food history, design food products and share interesting recipes from creative bloggers & chefs. Their latest venture is Alchemy of Cake, an illustrated diagram of famous cake recipes. Alchemy of Cake comprises of sixteen cake recipes that are extremely popular from all over the world. This is a detailed illustration where the ingredients and pans used to make these cakes have been illustrated using a tree-diagram.
Each of the illustrations have been printed on completely recycled sustainable uncoated paper with water-based ink. Limited five hundred prints are available for each design with a size of 16.0 inch x 20.0 inch. The illustrations are available in black, blue, and pink background.
SweeTooth Design started their Kickstarter campaign to raise $500 for this project. With more than a month still remaining, the campaign has already exceeded its funding goal. This project will now be funded on May 5, 2015.
To find out more about this campaign, please visit http://kck.st/1EDoGzp
The official website of SweeTooth Design Company is http://www.sweetoothdesign.com/
About SweeTooth Design
Established in 2014, SweeTooth Design Company is all about food & design inspirations. They share fun recipes from creative bloggers & chefs, do researches on food history, and design food products for their foodie fans.