Liz Hickok's The First 100 Days: The White House in Jell-O


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Our favorite Jell-O artist Liz Hickok wrote to us about her latest project - and yes, it does have a distinct political message:

The piece is called "The First 100 Days: The White House in Jell-O". The White House starts out as Obama inherited it on day one of his administration: a bit old and moldy. Set to the tune of “America the Beautiful,” the iconic structure slowly transforms into a fresh, glowing, and proud symbol of hope.

Whether you agree with Liz's politics or not, it's spiffy to see the White House sculpted out of Jell-O (and here I thought that jiggliness went out with Bill Clinton oh so many years ago!): Link [with embedded YouTube clip] - Thanks Liz!

By the way, if you're in San Francisco this weekend (April 25 - 26), be sure to attend the Mission Open Studios (or the Mission Studio Stroll) - a neighborhood crawl to visit 8 artists' groups including more than 100 working artists in the Mission District of San Francisco: 1890 Bryant St. at the corner of Mariposa (Liz is in Studio #211 - say hello to her
for me if you're there). More info: 1890 Bryant | Mission Artists United


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I can't decide what's more asinine: that somebody made this, or that someone might actually spend $50 for this on DVD.
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@ neatoman. That's standard for any presidency, his or any preceding. He's angered me to be sure but his poll numbers aren't moving in any way that wasn't preordained for years

...by the illuminati
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Remember how all the Obama lovers told us "it can't get any worse", "it can only get better from where we are now", "hope, change", and blah blah blah?

Less than 100 days later, his approval ratings have dropped (not to mention his cabinet), hundreds of thousands more jobs were lost, and a trillion dollars of taxpayer dough to "stimulate the economy."

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/other/president_obama_job_approval-1044.html#chart
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I think people like this making fun of President Obama should be ashamed of themselves. They might say he's as shaky as Jello but they are wrong. He is our President and they should not ridicule him in this way.
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