Help JELLOWARE Develop Their Biodegradable Vegan Cups Made of Jello

by , 12/21/10

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The first time we encountered these jiggly JELLOWARE cups, we were pretty enamored with them, so we’re psyched to announce that they could be going from concept to actual product. New York based design consultancy, The Way We See The World, debuted the biodegradable and edible cups as entrants in the GSS Jell-O Mold Competition, but upon seeing the enormously positive feedback people had for the wiggly wares, they decided to take their idea a step further. They recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to develop, prototype and user test JELLOWARE, and they could really use your help. If you want to see JELLOWARE at your next cocktail party, gallery opening or barbecue, follow the link below to support the cause!


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  1. Eletruk December 22, 2010 at 1:23 pm

    Wait a minute, Jell-o and gelatin are made from collagen collected from rendered cows. Hardly vegan.

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