San Francisco: No Room For Parking, But There's Always Room For Jell-O.

above: San Francisco's Marina made of Jell-O

Liz Hickok is a San Francisco based artist working in photography, video, sculpture, and installation, and currently... Jell-O.

Above: San Francisco's famous Alamo Square

Above: Liz Hickok's Jell-O Alamo Square

Her San Francisco Jell-O creations are available as limited edition C-prints on her site.

News of Hickok's "San Francisco in Jell-O" series is spreading quickly. Her work has been included in such publications as The New York Times, Harper's, and San Francisco magazine, as well as on the cover of Artweek. She has been featured on several different local and national news and radio programs such as the CBS Early Show, VH1, Spark* (KQED, Bay Area), All Things Considered, and Talk of the Nation (NPR).

Below are more fun images of the City by the Bay in Jell-O.

Foggy San Francisco:

The Palace Of Fine Arts:

The Ferry Building:

City Hall:

Twin Peaks:

The Bay Bridge:

Liz Hickok

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