- Imperial College Singapore Society
- 12.8/19.8 square metre(s)
- United Kingdom (London)
The world’s largest jelly mosaic measured 12.8 x 19.8 m (42 x 65 ft) and was created by group of students from the Imperial College Singapore Society, London, UK on 21 February 2004. The mosaic was made in order to raise money for the Straits Times’ School Pocket Money Fund. Using 16,125 pieces of jelly, the mosaic depicts the image of the Singaporean flag.