Jell-O Infographics Tell The History Of The US Presidents
Henry Hargreaves creates a portrait of every U.S. president, coloring and positioning them to indicate different facts about their terms.
New Zealand-based artist Henry Hargreaves has created a series of portraits of the U.S. presidents out of jell-o. The images include facts about the presidents and also serve as infographics, as they are colored and positioned to indicate their party affiliation, if they served one or two terms, and even if they were assassinated.
Cool Hunting reports that the presidents’ heads are colored red, blue, or a mixture, to show their political leanings, and the ones that are facing left only served a single term. They also feature stars, with smaller ones indicating that they died in office, and splattered jell-o around the heads of those who were assassinated.
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