Sunday, April 3, 2011

Jell-O Art Museum

Jell-O Art by the almost-famous Jell-O Artist, Diane McWhorter, of Eugene, Oregon.

I set things up at home so I could get it right. Floor to ceiling.

This is dried gelatin, to be clear. It doesn't jiggle, but it will last forever.


  1. I love your work, Diane! I've always wondered--does the Jell-O smell stay with the art? Do you have to varnish the sculptures with something so kids don't lick them?

  2. I don't use Jell-O brand, just pure gelatin powder, so no sugar, no smell.

    Nobody's licked one yet. They're more like plastic than anything.