Like we could start with anything but green eggs and ham. ;)
It only seems natural that a Seuss cake should defy the laws of gravity:
And the famous Cat in the Hat's striped hat is almost synonymous with Dr. Seuss:
By Dessert Works
Look at that razor-sharp edge! That is some awesome icing work.
Look at that green balloon! And the hand-cut lettering! [swoon]
Here's another inspired by the same book:
These colors are just gorgeous. I'm also stumped as to how the baker made the stripes. They don't look painted on, and I see no seams, so...? (Glenda, can you weigh in?)
Seuss is often credited with the whimsical and topsy-turvy style for cakes, and you can definitely see his influence on this wedding cake:
Photo found here, made by Mike's Amazing Cakes
Of course, I think nothing would delight Dr. Seuss more than a wedding cake that hangs upside down from the ceiling:
Update: We got a late entry today that was too good not to post.