Cakes you can wear or shirts you can eat

Betty Crocker is about to get served. The next generation of cake competitions has arrived with the Threadcakes online cake competition. The second iteration of the competition asks bakers to transform T-shirt graphics into eye-opening cakes.  

The contest is sponsored by Threadless — a T-shirt company that lets consumers vote on which graphics entered (via an open submission process) should be printed on shirts. It’s the T-shirt designer equivalent of getting a slot on open mic night, if you can bring five people to the show.

Categories: Dining, Food & Drink