Funeral Jelly-monger brilliance

4 Oct

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My friends the Jellymongers have just got back from their funeral jelly installation at SFMOMA which they described as “absolutely brilliant fun”. Oh they are so clever, and so young (sigh). They were in San Francisco to create an edible glow-in-the-dark-jelly installation at the Museum of Modern Art. Bring it oooooooon! See all their pictures on Flickr.

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I am not the only one who thinks they rock – check out this write up on Chow including some slightly petrifying pictures of Harry & Sam.

3 Responses to “Funeral Jelly-monger brilliance”

  1. Christine October 5, 2009 at 5:16 pm #

    oho! many folks think your friends rock. I’ve been watching their work since last year – didn’t know they had this exhibition! pass on a hearty handshake from this admirer, and thank you for posting these pictures…

  2. Cakehead Loves Evil October 5, 2009 at 5:32 pm #

    I will ensure that read that comment. They are so creative they actually scare me – they did give me some mighty fine coconut tobacco in return for a suit of armour (don’t ask) and I circled it suspiciously for a day or two πŸ˜‰

  3. Christine December 3, 2009 at 9:36 am #

    Ha! Forwarding this link to a friend in San Francisco – a long-delayed To Do, seeing as the past two months I’ve been moving to Kathmandu – and saw that my comment actually registered. Hu-zzah. I rather insist on asking Re: the suit of armor… but, of course, your reply is a matter of your own conscience. ^_^

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