The Los Angeles-based multi-talented artist Christine McConnell is also an excellent baker and makes baked demons in her free time. She creates inspiring confectionery with a peculiarly dark angle, and she does it all while dressed as a 1950s American housewife. She has created a remarkable series of baked demons that are undoubtedly very delicious with a satanic birthday cake, a terrifying cookie monster, scary spiders, an alien Facehugger, a spine-chilling chocolate tarantulas and dreadful snakes.
McConnell has definitely not let all her talents go to waste and keeps herself busy in many different ways. Besides sharing her photographic creations and nightmarish confectionary, her artworks and photos have been published in magazines, national ad campaigns and billboards. She has also worked as a stylist with celebrities on film sets and various other events. McConnell has stated herself that she has always had a fascination with aesthetics, which motivated her to incorporate beauty into her life any way she could. This has led to the cultivation of so many of her talents.
McConnell is a self-taught baker who has learnt the art of baking extraordinary pastries by watching YouTube videos. Her Instagram is full with delicious and mesmerizing baked goodies, from terrifying strawberry waffle cones to alien sugar cookies. Here are some of her baked demons for you to ogle at!
Baked Demons by Christine McConnell
In this picture, McConnell shows all of her talents by placing herself in different roles. Besides taking the pictures, she also serves as a stylist, set and costume designer, model and baker. She manipulates the photo in such a way that it feels like there are several clones of herself in the picture, when it’s only just her. The photo looks completely natural and makes it look like she is interacting with herself.