20 incredible sculptures made entirely from Jell-O11/4/2012
Jell-O has long been a form of self-expression for teens who want to temporarily dye their hair and crafty soccer moms determined to make batches of "Jigglers," but San Francisco artist Liz Hickok has taken Jello-O to another level with her large-scale sculptures made from the scrumptious medium. Surreal landscapes and figures have stunned gallery-goers nationwide (and netted her an award from Food Network). Alas, "Simpsons" fans, she has not yet attempted a gummy "Venus de Milo," but clearly the sky's the limit when fruit-flavored-pectin powder is the muse.
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If she were to sculpt your portrait, what flavor Jell-O would you be?