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From Edible Landscapes to Yummy Human Faces

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Jul 19, 2009   Updated: Aug 11 2011
There are a handful of brands that have been so fantastic at what they do that their brand name has become synonymous with the actual product or service that they offer, like Jell-O (or jello), Post-It, FedEx, and Google.

Whether you refer to these gelatin creations as Jell-O or jello, you're sure to enjoy their jiggly twists on traditional art. From Jell-O landscapes to edible human faces, these gelatin masterpieces take the proverbial cake.

Implications - Products that serve multiple purposes are a great way for companies to easily expand their target demographic, while simultaneously garnering attention from audiences. By using everyday, common products to produce artistic creations, a brand can appeal to a wide variety of people through a sense of intrigue, humor and the use of multifunctional items to create something truly innovative.