Mostly father and son are motivated by the characters of well-known cartoons, films, TV series as well as video games.
A dad and son from Melbourne, Australia, popular on the Internet as Tiger Tomato, turn pancake batter into pieces of art that are too wonderful to be eaten. They started making their uncommon pancakes in 2015, and since then their work has gained millions of fans.
Tiger Tomato starts his artistic as well as culinary work by picking a sketch. Mostly father and son are motivated by the characters of well-known cartoons, films, TV series as well as video games. But from time to time, they make donuts in the form of logos of various organizations and brands as well.
To create a pancake, the artists first trace a dough pattern on the sheet with a special needle, and after it, fill in the gaps with dough having a coloration. They then wait a few minutes for the pancake to bake and flip it over to uncover a complicated eatable triumph.
“Pancake batter is the first eatable product we have picked to work with. We just truly liked the idea of blending art and food,” said the duo.
These highly complicated eatable works of art take much longer to make than ordinary ones. But the outcome is worth every minute spent. And although we regret eating such adorable pancakes, the Australians from Tiger Tomato admit that they eat all their triumphs as soon as they shoot a clip.