Photo by ifindkarma
We were recently turned on to the unique (and, we assume) delicious artwork of Liz Hickok. The San-Francisco-based artist has worked in many disciplines, but her latest focus will definitely surprise you. Liz works in Jell-O.
When you see her San Fran cityscapes and White House recreation, you’ll understand why Liz was given the Food Network Award for “Best Use of Food as Art Medium.” Not only does she build wobbly, architectural masterpieces, she adds to their eerie quality with spectacular, Beetlejuice-like lighting effects.
The result is like nothing you’ve ever seen before.
Unlike Twinkies, Jell-O has a relatively short shelf life so Hickok’s masterpieces don’t last long, which is a shame. But she captures her work in photographs and videos. Check them out at her official site.
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