Don't eat the giant cupcake at Gallery by the Harbour. The 65cm statement in frosted sponge has been pumped with preservatives and is the centrepiece of interior designer Sharon Wong Yin-ting's Cupcake Voyage exhibition, which opens at Tsim Sha Tsui's Harbour City mall on July 17. Wong also showcases her love of baking, frosting and interior design in other displays such as a two-metre-wide fairytale-inspired storyboard, a pop-art work made of 2,000 cupcakes and six smaller pieces. 'Making art out of cake is similar to interior design, only the material is sweet,' Wong, a graduate from Chelsea College of Art and Design, said. 'I use the same software to visualise the colour and structure of the cupcake artworks.' Wong said she honed her baking skills by making cupcakes for friends and colleagues. 'Looking at people enjoying my cupcakes is so satisfying,' she said. Wong, who returned to Hong Kong in February after studying and working in London for eight years, said she and a team of six assistants spent almost a month preparing the exhibits of her show, which ends on August 1. 'Everything is edible,' she said. 'The only difference is that the cupcakes are dairy-free and I altered the portions of flour and sugar to make them last longer in the steamy weather.' Wong said she would bake cupcakes for 20 guests to eat at her exhibition's opening. If you are interested in sampling her edible art, send your name and contact number to email@example.com before Friday.