Liz Hickok's incredible JELL-O architecture art just might be the tastiest and most colorful artwork you've ever seen.
Made entirely from JELL-O, Liz Hickok's creations are small-scale replicas of famous landmarks and American cities that not only look awesome, but also dissolve without a trace after a certain period of time. By leaving no trace, her art makes a bold statement and then limits its carbon footprint merely to photos and memories.
Implications - Consumers are fascinated with food sculptures because they take familiar, delectable goods, and re-contextualize them in unexpected ways. Corporations looking to introduce new products to consumers should similarly integrate familiar elements into the physical design of a product.
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These Liz Hickok Creations are Spectacular Zero-Impact Edible Art
- By: Jordan MFeb 2, 2011 Updated: Aug 3 2011