Photographer and food artist Henry Hargreaves created images from The Beatles's Yellow Submarine out of gelatin.
From Hargreaves's project page:
Leading up to the 2012 US elections, I did portraits of all 44 presidents, using plasticine to construct moulds of each face. Each mould was then filled with Jello, and the plasticine was removed once the liquid was set. With this new project, I applied the same method but left the plasticine in resembling the pen lines in a drawing in order to recreate a cartoon I’ve loved for as long as I can remember — it was, in the end, a fun way to introduce one enduring childhood treat to another.
Jello Submarine (via Design Boom)
A behind-the-scenes video directed by Jimmy Pham:
The legendary Mavis Staples.
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