Tuba Geckil is a media sensation with her realistic cakes. She is well-respected and decorated among her peers. She is involved for 20 years in baking and has amassed trophies and accolades on her way. She has a baking academy ‘Red Rose Cake’ and a bakery where she helps others to turn cakes into reality or the vice-versa.
Tuba Geckil, a media sensation for her stunning cakes has 273K followers on Instagram. This Turkish chef is using her time and is concentrating on hyper-realistic cakes, while becoming viral sensation. Tube Geckil describes herself as ‘cake’ sugar artist’ and says staying indoors allows her to do that she wanted really and was unable to complete with intense work.
Geckil is 44 years and she shares everything under the sun. She has more than 273,000 followers on Instagram and on YouTube. Her everyday objects are made of cake and it has set the web going viral worldwide. It includes faux foods, fruits, and other daily objects. Geckil turns into a cake so that people greet with delight and amazement.
Geckil stresses on the point that she is not a trained sculptor or painter. Her profile on the YouTube picture shows the ease of her hinting at amazing feats and carrying paintbrushes. Originally, Geckil from the central Anatolian province of Turkey grew up filled with art, while her parents were amateur painters. She now lives in Istanbul after marriage and works.
The chef is award-winning and the Red Rose Cake proud owner boasting of the largest city Turkey’s two locations. Geckil received no training on arts formally, and considers her talent normal that anyone can try. Moving to Istanbul she did large-scale paintings in here newly opened art studio. On holding her painting exhibition, Geckil believes she can satisfy and consider a new outlet.
Geckil’s new passion doves into the moldable sugar paste as art. It was the raw material on the first birthday of her son for the amazing cakes. Geckil worked on Lady Diana on a hyper realistic cake. This cake had Lady Diana and her sons Harry and William.
On transforming into a lifelike cake of her son’s favorite cars, she herself was delighted and wished to play with it. This was the first stab of Geckil on making a 3D cake. Her family and friends started asking for similar cakes and it led to do this workshop. After the car cake, she became confident of turning anything using a cake.
Geckil worked with enthusiasm and passion until the morning light to make cakes as per order or to fulfill her dream. Geckil started working and the feat was difficult as the industry had difficulty in conquering human form. She researched human anatomy and started deepening her research.
Geckil started her coursework laying foundation of the cake baking and used her decorating skills. It is now over 15 years that she shared her techniques in places scattered around India and Nigeria. She was invited to universities and schools abroad. The pandemic took a break and continued with the future plans. Geckil for the future has two projects, she wishes to hold on Turkish culture an international exhibition and she will show fashion cakes and in her second
project she wishes to back from the fairy tale Hansel and Gretel, a life-size house.