Wednesday, December 30, 2009
Max's Jet Box
I knew when I walked into Max Gibbons' house for a portrait party that his family was hosting, I had found a friend. Upon seeing the jet plane that Max had built out of cardboard with his dad, I was reminded of the hours of fun I have had racing down the track, soaring through the sky and sailing across the ocean in cardboard boxes, first as a child and now with my children. I don't think any of my creations have been as impressive as Max's, but in my imagination (and in the imagination of my children) they were the real thing.
Posted by Jeremy Dodgen at 7:16 AM
Labels: art projects, children, fun, inspiration, reduce|reuse|recycle
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