We need a t-shirt with a fun visual design for one of the listed Presidents of the United States. Pick Kennedy or Jefferson for your design.
The design should have the following elements:
• The president’s health history, which is a list of sicknesses or medical conditions,
• The president’s name,
• The president’s number (for example, Thomas Jefferson was president #3)
• The words “And yet…” at the bottom. This is to tell the audience that even though these men faced huge health problems, they became great leaders.
• [optional] a White House logo – further discussed below.
Here is the information you will need for two of the presidents -- choose one:
*** Thomas Jefferson -- President #3 -- Jefferson’s Sicknesses: headaches, broken bones, dysentery, depression, jaw infection, rheumatism, boils, hearing loss.
*** John Kennedy -- President #35 -- Kennedy’s Sicknesses: scarlet fever, measles, jaundice, hypothyroidism, back pain, coral wound, green skin, Addison disease, moon facies, invasion diarrhea, post-invasion depression.
We don’t know the best way to list the sicknesses. It could be a simple list, or maybe a word cloud, or an arrangement in a geometric shape -- please use your imagination.
Logo: We are not sure whether we want a White House logo on the shirt or not. It depends how cool you can make it look. We were thinking that a stylized logo might be best – something like the drawing that is uploaded as part of this design brief. If you want to see what the full White House looks like from this angle, check this: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CkSWpp5W0AAPhbp.jpg
If you decide to try a logo, we were thinking it should go in the upper left part of the shirt, but you may make that decision. We do not have the rights to the logo example, so you will have to adapt it, but maintain the outline of the White House and general shape and style. Also, please include the president’s name and number in the logo if you choose to use it. NOTE: if you do not use the logo in your design, you must find another way to include the presidential name and number.