Cake has been hitting the streets from New York to Berlin, working both on the streets and canvas, displaying her stories of addiction, love and emotional downfall.
Cake gets her inspiration from various places: self-portraits of her friends, magazines and the subway. The world is her canvas. She also does a lot of research.
I was looking at all these Renaissance portraits too for this show and there were like f*cking UFOs inside of them. Did you know that? In some Renaissance paintings you’ll see a UFO. I’m not kidding you, and it’s totally weird. It’s clearly like a UFO. And in some of them there is a person in them. It’s really bizarre.
Here are some of her illustration works:
Cake is quite the personality. She uses art as a therapeutic medium to contain he energy and fears. Check out a full interview here.
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