“In this video, I present the process of making a Persian dessert, as well as injecting cream and colour, which I like to call drawing Miniature Jelly Art.
Yes, it is all edible and no, it’s not a real flower inside. This dessert lets you taste flowers that are not possible to try in the real world.
Also, I would love to inspire all the talented women who are experiencing language difficulty, especially during this period of isolation, to share skills from home, using a phone to create a simple video that can be shared with broader community.
A special thank you to the amazing Kia Zand for the awesome music and sound, playing Tombak, and MAV to support artists with the Shelter project.”
Miniature Jelly Art Journey by Naazi Kakavand
Music Credit: Kia Zand
About Naazi Kakavand
Naazi Kakavand is a Iranian born fashion designer and visual artist with more than 20 years of experience.
She now works primarily in Persian Dessert Jelly art, Jewellery, Wedding design and decoration and Sermeh embroidery, which is an Iranian style of embroidery.
She is now based in Melbourne where she practices as a visual artist, creating solo work, collaborating with other artists. Naazi has participated in number of group exhibitions and work as a coordinator of an Iranian language school.
Image credit: Naazi Kakavand. Photo by Mahla Karimian.