Behind the Scenes With an Artist Fashioning Sugar Into Ornate Cups
Every Tuesday, cake designer Margaret Braun opens her studio at the Museum of Art and Design (MAD) in New York to the public. There, she sculpts sugar paste into 2,000 cups that look like they belong at a royal banquet. The cups, adorned with intricate strings of pearls and baroque-style flourishes, are dazzling—and made only of edible materials. So, we went inside the studio to meet Braun and see the sugar artist in action.
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