Hey New York adults — y’all should come! It’s going to be loads of fun. Wear your best grown-up clothes (or pajamas!) and join us. And Portland people, I hope you’re free from 7 to 9 p.m. on May 21, because there will be something fun happening. And a zillion trillion thank yous to Tumblr for putting these on!
In related news: the book is out a week from tomorrow. I am trying so hard not to mention it every second, because that’s boring, but I am proud of it and other peoplelikeit too.
Been kinda quiet on here lately, so here’s something I really do want to talk about. I’m telling a story at the launch party for this book!
Rarely do I pimp myself out for every time I get in front of a mic…but my name is on this gif-tation…so that must mean something, right?!? If you’re in the NYC area and are free next Thursday, come on through!
As an artist, Caitlin Freeman found her calling in cake.
She bakes at the cafe in the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, where the most popular item is a dessert inspired by the art of Piet Mondrian. It features geometric blocks of white velvet cake, colored red, blue and yellow, stacked together and “glued” with chocolate. It takes two days to prepare, according to her new cookbook, Modern Art Desserts.
Want. Cake. Now. -Heidi
Photos: Art 2013 Mondrian/Holtzman Trust c/o HCR International USA/Dessert Clay McLachlan/Reprinted by permission from ‘Modern Art Desserts’
This gives a new meaning to appreciating modern art. Incredible.