As President Obama approaches his 100th day in office, bloggers, reporters, talking heads, and politicians alike are eager to give him their report cards on how he's done so far. Well so is artist Liz Hickok, only hers comes in Jell-O form.
Hickok, who currently works exclusively in the medium of Jell-O, wanted to express "a hopeful vision of the positive changes that the White House will go through with its new residents." So she made a dilapidated Jell-O White House come back to pristine glory in celebration of Obama's first 100 days.
As we know, President Obama grew up eating Jell-O, so this could very well be his favorite look back at his time in office thus far.