Form, A Jell-O Inspired Typeface


Jell-O inspires a lot of things… Whipped cream use, jiggliness. But, up until now, it hasn’t done much for typography. FIT student, Alexis Gallo, created Form — a gelatinous typeface and font collection.

After creating Jell-O letters with Futura as a reference — Gallo let them fall where they may, then recreated the distorted alphabet into a viable font. Just make sure to kern your jelly.



[link, via The Fox Is Black]

Butt Pudding Is a Thing, Unsurprisingly Japanese


We’re not sure if you’re ready for this jelly, but something referred to as “butt pudding” is available in Japan. Just add the pudding mix and milk to the heiney mold, then refrigerate.

You can also make a g-string for your jello butt, to help add some jiggly sexiness. Check it out…

[link, via Laughing Squid]

How To Make Bacon Jello

We’ve seen the almighty bacon in many forms. However, it’s never been quite as jiggly and disturbing as Bacon Jello. Brought to us by Instructables user Canida – the finished product slightly resembles bacon, and will also taste like it, since the recipe calls for the real thing.

So, is it dessert? Is it breakfast? No matter, it’s bacon. Use it as you would real bacon, and prepare for the disturbing texture of gelatinous pork fat.

[link, via Gizmodo]

There’s Always Room by Kristin Tercek

There’s Always Room is a new piece by one of Foodiggity’s favorite artists, Kristin Tercek. The painting is part of Tercek’s body of work, known as Cuddly Rigor Mortis, in which she draws inspiration from a fascination with handmade dolls, and the mortality of anthropomorphic fruits and vegetables.

Here, we see a few fruits diving into a refreshing pool of green Jell-O. But holding true to the theme of Cuddly Rigor Mortis — our adorable friends will surely meet an untimely end. I say, Jell-O drowning.

‘There’s Always Room’ is acrylic on wood, measures 14″ x 9.5″ x .75″, and it goes on sale this Friday, September 7th at 3pm EDT.


The World’s Most Expensive Jell-O Robot

To help promote the Sony Xperia mobile phone, and inspired by director Wes Anderson’s Made of Imagination ads, jelly robots were hidden around the UK. But these are no ordinary jiggly bots. They were created by Bompas & Parr, and stuffed with bling.

Besides being made of super-expensive jelly, the ‘Xperiabots’ contained luxuries such as golden cogs, white truffle valves, and gemstones for eyes. Once the jelly set, the robots were worth around £6000, and whoever found them, got to keep them.

[via Design Week]