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Elizabeth Hickok, like any artist, creates unique interpretations of reality. Except hers jiggle. Some say there's no place for her frivolous gelatinous sculptures in the serious art world but, hey, there's always room for J-E-L-L-O. Art or not Hickok's photographs of the City In Jello series depicting San Francisco are beautiful to me, even if in a creepy Salvador Dali meets Martha Stewart sort of way. Check out the one minute video zen of a Jellocisco earthquake or visit Hickok's site for more stills and information/inspiration.


Blogger Rica said...

The earthquake wasn't as drastic as I thought it should be, but that is very interesting. I think we need more people like her!

Blogger Kathryn said...

i want to make some jello!


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