Turnstyle News interviewed Sam Bompas and Harry Parr, two English artists who work in the medium of Jell-O.
They are single-handedly changing the way we think of Jell-O. In the U.K., they call it "jelly," so the name of the business started by these gourmet foodies, as fitting as it sounds, is The Jellymongers. And, they're doing just that, mongering around the UK throwing parties with their creations. The public can't seem to get enough. From Buckingham Palace to continental United States, there isn't a shape that doesn't look better when chilled with Jell-O.Slideshow: English Blokes Make Royalty Out of Jell-O [Turnstyle]