Artist Shelly Sabel was this year's Grand Prize winner in the Gowanus Studio Space's Jell-O Mold competition with her inventive "Aspic Ascension - Tastes Like Heaven", a Bloody Mary tomato aspic formed in the shape of the Virgin Mary.
Watch her wiggle (shown in clear gelatin):
The entry was presented like an altar, complete with burning candles and a 'glitzy' rosary:
The poster for the 2010 GSS Jell-O Mold competition and Grand Prize winner Shelly Sabel:
video, images and info courtesy of artist Shelly Sabel and Gowanus Studio
There's always more room for Jell-O!
So be sure to see the other post today on Jelloware, the edible drinking cups that are good for the planet!
and don't miss Liz Hickock's Jell-O cast city!
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