As if a or a weren't enough, there's now a castle that literally takes the . Or at least gives you a frosting-filled wonderland to roam around. Thanks to an extremely sweet art exhibit in California, tourists and natives alike can step inside a completely confectionary world.
Titled "," this wonderful dessert world is a food-art installation created inside of Los Angeles's . It's a 7,000-square-foot cake and candy castle featuring six rooms full of floor-to-ceiling cake sculptures as well as an truck (for decoration only, sadly), a Cirque Du Soleil-themed bar, and a chandelier made of over 2,000 hard candies. Also featured: unbelievable amounts of .
Don't dare and try to swipe a slice, though, because underneath the fluffy and sugary frosted goodness is not-so-decadent spackling paste and house paint. So much for having your cake and eating it too. But don't fret, foodies! The installation does include a dining room featuring pop-up dinners and some award-winning custom , so come hungry if you dare.
It's not all gumdrops and butterflies in this candy land, however. Artist Scott Hove, who initially collaborated with Banksy to create the artsy childhood nightmare "," as well as artist Baker's Son created "Breaking Bread" as a representation of the dark side of societies' comforts. Each artificial cake is intended to attract yet repel. Think "" topped with some switchblades. Sounds mouth-watering, no?
The exhibit, which began on February 13, will be featured for 30 days and play host to over 20 different artistic, cultural, and cuisine-oriented events such as theater, comedy shows, and live performances. Admission is free, but be sure to make a in order to gain entrance.