Jelly Belly Bean Art Collection

Harry Potter

Artist: Kristen Cumings

The Harry Potter film series is based on the novels of the same name by the British author J. K. Rowling. The 8 fantasy movies beginning with Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (2001) and culminating with Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 which was released on 15 July 2011, are distributed by Warner Bros. The leading character is played by Daniel Radcliffe, created here in fully glory as Jelly Belly art. As all fans of Harry Potter know, he loved jelly beans. The beans used for this fabulous piece of art were drawn from the 50 original Jelly Belly flavours although the “wild and wonderful” Beanboozled® range also have a cameo role to play in this creation. Thinking along the Harry Potter idea of what is delicious, we have Baby Wipes, Centipede, Vomit, Booger and Rotten Egg! Go figure!


Artist: Malcolm West

SHREK THE MUSICAL packed the Theatre Royal Drury Lane when it opened in May 2011 and continues to play to rapturous audiences as it tours the UK through 2014-15. Before people take to their seats however, they can be seen queuing up next to this sensational portrait of the loveable SHREK to have their photographs taken. Everyone adores SHREK especially Jelly Belly who were honoured to create his first ever portrait made entirely from our own delicious, scrumptious and perfect jelly beans.

Jelly Belly

Artist: Peter Rocha

All fans of Jelly Belly will know that the logo is imprinted on each one of the Original Gourmet Jelly Bean. That’s how you can tell you’re getting the Really Real thing. So it makes sense to reverse the process for once and make the Jelly Belly logo out of beans. And here it is. Fabulous! This iconic logo was designed by a young designer at the time the first Jelly Belly bean was created in 1976 for the princely fee of $25.00. Like the name - which originates from the Blue Grass singer Lead Belly, it is fun, quirky and beguiling. Best of all it represents delicious quality that pushes your taste horizons beyond your wildest dreams!

Jelly Belly

Artist: Peter Rocha

The Jelly Belly mascot is of course Mr Jelly Belly. These days he keeps a pretty low profile, busy as he is round the clock in the kitchen, whipping up recipes for new flavours to keep our heads spinning. Sometimes he needs to let off steam and here he is trying his luck at skateboarding. Great image. Cute. But he’s better at cookin’ up a storm though, so let’s leave it at that.

Statue of Liberty

Artist: Peter Rocha

The Statue of Liberty officially titled Liberty Enlightening the World is a monument that was presented by the people of France to the United States of America in 1886 to celebrate its centennial. Standing on Liberty Island in New York Harbour, it welcomes visitors, immigrants, and returning Americans traveling by ship. The copper-clad statue, dedicated on October 28, 1886, commemorates the 100th anniversary of the signing of the United States Declaration of Independence and represents the friendship between the two countries established during the American Revolution. The statue is of a robed woman holding a torch, is 93 metres tall and one of the most recognizable icons of the United States.


Artist: Peter Rocha

The Chinese dragon is a mythical creature visualised as a long, scaled, snake-like creature with four legs and five claws on each. It has long been a potent symbol in Chinese folklore and art and is traditionally the embodiment of the male (yang) and associated with the weather as the bringer of rain and water. Sometimes used in the West as a national emblem of China it is really a symbol of culture and mostly used for decorative purposes. It is a taboo to disfigure a depiction of a dragon which denotes excellence and achievement. This Jelly Belly image of the Dragon uses all the hot, fiery flavours and is an absolutely stunning piece of art. It was first created to coincide with Year of the Dragon in 2000. The next Year of the Dragon is 2012. Not long now!

Carousel Pony

Artist: Pete Rocha

This fabulous image of a carousel pony has been one of the most popular pieces of Jelly Belly ever. It seems that no one has a bad memory of a ride on a merry-go-round, whatever their age. The original carousel is from France and Italy and it definitely has that European feel to it, but the modern American pony could not be prettier or more detailed in telling its little story. This Jelly Belly art piece uses a fabulous array of all the spring flavours – Bubblegum and Candy Floss (of course) Vanilla, Strawberry Cheesecake, Cinnamon and Very Cherry. Berry Blue is there in force as is Green Apple, Kiwi and Caramel Apple. How very like a Fun Fair!

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