I’m in awe of anyone with the imagination and creativity to do something like this!
Christine McConnell, a Los Angeles-based “Artist – Photographer – Baker,” posted this online yesterday, with an explanation:
“I baked this gingerbread house to be displayed at a screening of the new Tim Burton film Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. It’s 100% edible… no wooden supports or fondant. Just gingerbread cookies, sugar glass and royal icing. The exterior is painted using edible powder paints.”
The artist at work
You can see more of Christine McConnell’s brilliant work at the above link, or through her several social network streams.
I’ve posted a couple of items about the film version of Ransom Riggs’ Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children. Here’s the second trailer, which includes some images of the house:
The film opens in the US and the UK on 30 September 2016.