The city of San Francisco, the White House and St. Paul's Cathedral are just a few examples of these amazing large-scale Jell-O molds. Jennifer Salerno
Food & Wine
Updated June 16, 2016
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Jelly St. Paul
Fans of jelly artists Sam Bompas and Harry Parr of Bompas & Parr in London include star chefs like Heston Blumenthal. For their replica of St. Paul's Cathedral in Londonviewable from their studiothey used Platinum Grade gelatin.
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Jell-O Map of America
For Bompas & Parr's six-and-a-half-foot-long U.S. mapcommissioned by Kraftthey used nearly 80 gallons of Jell-O.
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San Francisco in Jell-O
San Franciscobased artist Liz Hickok used Jell-O, gelatin and food coloring to create her extraordinary scale model of her hometown.
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White House in Jell-O
Liz Hickok created this Jell-O depiction of the White House in honor of President Obama's first 100 days in office.
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Manhattan artist Brendan Berg had the bright idea to use Jell-O in his sculpture class; this jiggly green lightbulb is the result.
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Gaithersburg, MDbased Vi Phan's rainbow-esque dessert looks like a multi-colored depiction of the Guggenheim Museum in New York City. For each layer, Phan used one box of Jell-O, except for the red base, which required two boxes of Cherry Jell-O.
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Jell-O Gold Fish Mold
Victoria Belanger ("The Jell-O Mold Mistress of Brooklyn") fashioned this fantastically-detailed goldfish out of Orange Jell-O, orange sherbet, and mandarin oranges. She used a blueberry for the eye.
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