This Ukrainian baker makes hyper-realistic 3D cakes - Watch

"I don't treat it like a business. And I don't want to turn baking into business and mass production," Dolnyk said.

Ukrainian pastry chef Kristina Dolnyk puts the finishing touches on a cake at her kitchen in Kyiv, Ukraine February 12, 2021. Picture taken February 12, 2021.  (photo credit: REUTERS/VALENTYN OGIRENKO)
Ukrainian pastry chef Kristina Dolnyk puts the finishing touches on a cake at her kitchen in Kyiv, Ukraine February 12, 2021. Picture taken February 12, 2021.
(photo credit: REUTERS/VALENTYN OGIRENKO)
Ukrainian pastry chef Kristina Dolnyk is fully booked until the end of 2022 thanks to lifelike 3D cakes inspired by pop culture or everyday objects or places.
The amateur baker behind these hyper-realistic cakes has never even had any formal training.
Dolnyk’s passion for cake art first began in 2015 when her sister asked her to bake her a wedding cake for her. 
"I don't treat it like a business. And I don't want to turn baking into business and mass production," Dolnyk said. 
"I really like that every cake is unique, I never make the same cake twice, and that not everyone can afford it," she added, clarifying that "I don't mean that it is too expensive. What I mean is that the demand for cakes is so high that even if I bake my entire life I won't be able to meet it."