Liz Hickok’s Amazing Jell-O Buildings


San Francisco-based installation artist Liz Hickok recreates famous skylines and landmarks using Jell-O as her construction material. “Remade in an unexpected material, seemingly permanent architectural structures are transformed into something precarious and ephemeral,” she explains in a recent interview with Inhabitat. “Their fragility quickly becomes a metaphor for the transitory nature of human artifacts.” Click through to check out her jiggly versions of New York City, San Francisco, and the White House.

New York City

San Francisco

The view from Alcatraz, San Francisco

Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco

The Mission, San Francisco

City Hall, San Francisco

Bay Bridge, San Francisco

Alamo Square, San Francisco

Marina, San Francisco

The White House