Gallery: Liz Hickok Builds Amazing Architectural Models Out of Jell-O


INHABITAT: What got you started creating the buildings?

Liz Hickok: When I made my first city, I decided to make it out of a material that would incorporate my longstanding reverence of color and light, which stems from my roots as a painter. Instead of using resin, which was my first choice, but is very toxic and difficult to use, I stumbled upon the idea of Jell-O®. This fragile and impermanent material, which we typically associate with childhood memories, has proved to be a very poetic expression of the city.

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