August 11, 2004

"The idea of using Jell-O as a sculptural medium came to me as a result of consciously trying to free my mind from the traditional constraints of sculpture making."
  • The most exciting thing about jello has always been the way goes into it and makes it transparent and somewhat stained-glass-like. Wonder if this could be used for making stained-glass panels? Or something, instead of just a big block of faked jello. /Heresy of the Day: Bigger is not always better.
  • should read 'the way light goes into it'
  • I'm hungry for jello, and those are some very large cubes of jello...
  • well, jb, you can always visit the jell-o museum... (jell-o is an Official SideDish Favorite Thingie in the World)
  • There's always room for art.
  • I actually liked the big silicone rubber bullets the best. They're lit up, they move when you touch them - just cool. You know, come to think of it, they look like one of my favorite toys. Wonder if he'd make a vibrating one...
  • That's cool, Sidedish. A Jello-Barbie! How come I never had one? So, have you ever made jello in the bathtub?
  • nope, jb, do you wrestle in it afterward? heh.
  • ooo, lookee, no-chill jello for wrestling! isn't the world a wonderful place with such spectacular inventions?
  • The photos of the women snuggling up against those Freudian "bullets" qualifies as money shot of the day (even above the shot of the two sorority girls Jell-o wrestling).
  • SideDish, were you looking for jello trees trees when you found this?
  • ambrosia! BING BING BING! you got it. never did find 'em, though.
  • the first thing I thought of when I saw "Jello-O sculpture" (well, after Jello tree) was this.
  • So it shivers and shimmies when poked? In that case it could be fun in a playground -- sassuming it also holds up to being bounced upon. /hurray for a mock-jello trampoline!