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Deliously Creative International Sculptures by the Jelly Mongers (UPDATE)

 - Apr 2, 2009
References: nytimes &
Whether you love or hate Jell-o, it’s undeniable this edible artwork by the self-called jelly mongers is incredible craftsmanship.

Sam Bompas of Eton, and his artistic partner Harry Parr of University College, recreate world landmarks using jelly. The gallery here shows their sweet replicas of architectural icons of London including St. Paul’s Cathedral and the Millennium Bridge as well as international marvels like Madrid’s new airport terminal. The fourth imagine shows the result of a delicious chemistry project using "food-safe quinine to make jelly that emits a bluish glow under black light," according to the New York Times.

Check out some more jelly creations below.