Artist Builds Cities Out of Jell-O

Artist Builds Cities Out of Jell-O

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Tara Bellucci
Oct 12, 2012
Gingerbread isn't the only edible material for constructing houses. San Francisco-based Liz Hickok constructs famous landmarks and cityscapes from that jiggly dessert staple, Jell-O. Inspired by the "geological uncertainties" of the Bay area, the gelatinous material adds a surreal twist to familiar sights. In other news, a Frank Lloyd Wright home in Washington is on the market, and Neiman Marcus is selling a 6-figure chicken coop. See the headlines after the jump. Hello, Jell-O: When Architecture Meets Foodie Culture | Architizer • Frank Lloyd Wright Brandes House | Savvy Tours • Cockamamy! Neiman Marcus Sells A $100k Chicken Coop | Architizer (Image: via Architizer)
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