Brooklyn-based artists Lisa Hein and Robert Seng travel the globe and while doing so, they build a JELLO wall at each stop. The walls don't just consist of your average gelatin cubes stacked in a row either; they take days to weeks to assemble and amount to real brick wall replicas.
To build the prismatic "brick" walls, the artistic duo use layers of JELLO made on site and secure them with actual mortar mix. Their latest jiggly creation featured in Seattle took over three weeks to build and they used over 500 pounds of dried gelatin.
One could easily assume that these two people either dislike the taste of JELLO or simply have strong willpower, because anyone with a sweet tooth would easily be tempted to take a bite during the lengthy process.
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