Artists have created an entire wall made from flavourful jelly

Rachel Oakley Contributor

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 […]

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Stunning replica of San Francisco constructed from Jello

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Art on Friday 26 October 2012

I don’t know how San Francisco artist Liz Hickok constructs her dramatic cityscapes entirely out of jelly without at least nibbling a bite out of one of the imposing facades. Of her San Francisco series, she says: ‘Lit from below, the molded shapes of the city blur into a jewel-like mosaic of luminous color and volume. The gelatinous material also evokes uncanny parallels with the geological uncertainties of San Francisco’s landscape. While the translucent beauty of the compositions first seduces the viewer, their fragility quickly becomes a metaphor for the transitory nature of human artifacts’.

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English blokes make royalty out of Jell-O

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By meriah doty in New Design on Wednesday 15 June 2011

Sam Bompas and Harry Parr, who are really more architectural designers than dessert lovers, are single-handedly changing the way we think of Jell-O. In the U.K., they call it ‘jelly’, so the name of the business started by these gourmet foodies, as fitting as it sounds, is The Jellymongers.

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Jelloware: edible cups

The Urban Grocer Contributor

By The Urban Grocer in New Eco on Thursday 16 September 2010

From cityscapes to architectural installations, Jello is in the thick of a culinary comeback. And now, you can have your Jello and drink it too. Sort of. Introducing Jelloware: a new line of disposal cups made of a seaweed extract called agar agar.

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