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2011 WINNERS

Saturday, June 25, 2011

 

 

 

GRAND PRIZE WINNER:
Jelly Fishin'
Peter Pracilio

Fishing lures made of Jell-O, tested on the Williamsburg waterfront.

 

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Winner for Creativity (TIE):
Team Urban Legend
Colleen Whiteley, Eric Whiteley, Matthew Keegan, and Brandon Hodges

Perpetuating the legend of Walt Disney's cryogenically frozen head, in Jell-O.


 


Winner for Creativity (TIE):
The Resistor Jeltone

NYC Resistor,  Ranjit Bhatnagar, Astrida Valigorsky, Mimi Hui, and Catarina Mota

An edible, working, gelatin-based toy piano.


 


Winner for Aesthetics:

Esprell-O

Leslie Finnie, Makayla Rodriguez, and Priscilla Acevedo

(Cooper-Hewitt Design Scholars and Jell-O Mold Workshop participants)

A jiggly way to start your day!


 


Winner for Structural Integrity:

Dentures

Kyla Blakeny and Suzan Akpinar

(Cooper-Hewitt Design Scholars and Jell-O Mold Workshop participants)

Jell-O dentures sure to put a smile on your face.

 


 

Winner for Culinary Appeal:

Jell-O Dogs

Julia Samuels

Jell-O hot dogs and all the fixins'.

 


 

Special Jury's Bad-Ass Award:

Edible Taxidermy:  Where Do Eggs Come From?

Hugh Hayden

A Jell-O exploration of the chicken and egg conundrum.

 


 

People's Choice:

Dentures

Kyla Blakeny and Suzan Akpinar

(Cooper-Hewitt Design Scholars and Jell-O Mold Workshop participants)

Jell-O dentures sure to put a smile on your face.


 

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all photos courtesy of Emilie Baltz

 


 

 

JELL-O MOLD COMPETITION 2011 DJ MIX

 

Big Adventure - Jell-O Mold Competition 2011 by Allied Mastercomputer

 



JELL-O MOLD COMPETITION 2010




The Jell-O Mold Competition wishes to remember Tobias Wong,
whose brilliance and kindness inspired us; whose early support
and enthusiasm kept us going.


The Gowanus Studio Space
166 7th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11215
(Between 2nd and 3rd Avenues)
gss.jellomold@gmail.com

 

 


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