For over a decade, Brooklyn-based artists Lisa Hein and Robert Seng have traveled across the country, building jello brick walls because...well, why wouldn't you? If you have acquired this awesome skill, you must put it into action.
Pictured above is a wall that they build last year in Seattle. It's hard for them to measure all of the materials that they use, but they brought 500 pounds of dried gelatin to start. The gelatin is hypothetically edible, but I'd advise against nibbling on the mortar: it's made of Structo-Lite plaster.
Hein and Seng's walls are temporary. They decay over time, so you'll have a clean up job after their work is done.
The above video shows them building a wall in 2003 at Exit Art, a gallery in New York City.