by Rachel Oakley in New Design on Wednesday 20 August 2014

Your childhood dreams have come true! Here is an entire wall made out of jelly. Designed by artists Lisa Hein and Robert Seng, this creative duo took three whole weeks to construct this wall, with every little bit of the construction performed on-site. And as construction continues on top, lower layers decay and melt out onto the ground, leaving behind a pretty awesome mortar grid. This project uses jelly (of course), as well as gypsum paste and durawall truss to keep the bricks in place. The wall measures 386 cm long by 20cm by ‘increasing height’.

The artists’ work ‘highlights the value of making as an experience in itself, apart from the expectation of a lasting outcome’. That’s a very zen way to describe a jelly wall project!

Via Design Boom