By Tom Gillespie @TomGillespie1
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New Zealander Henry Hargreaves used 12 boxes of the wobbly desert to make his swinging sixties creations.
The works were made over two weeks in June and depict John, Paul, George, and Ringo, along with their famous yellow submarine.
Beatles-fan Henry said: "I've always enjoyed toying with people's expectations when it comes to food.
"Here, viewers might be fooled into thinking they're looking at a 2D illustration of the yellow submarine, but upon closer inspection they'll realise the reflective color blocks are in fact made entirely of jelly.”
The offbeat artist has dubbed his homage to the band 'Jello Submarine.'
He created the portraits by using plasticine as an outline, and then filling in the shapes with the appropriately-coloured desert.
He continued: "Leading up to the 2012 US elections, I did portraits of all 44 presidents using plasticine to construct moulds of each face.
“Each mould was then filled with jelly, and the plasticine was removed once the liquid was set.
"With this new project, I applied the same method but left the plasticine in.”
The 36-year-old, who lives in Brooklyn, New York, works full-time as a photographer and food artist.
Each portrait took roughly two hours to make.