Just over a year ago I started a project that just about sums up my strengths and weaknesses as a person and an artist. Every day I had to come up with three original ideas. The ideas could take any form; art, technology, writing, or whatever passes for humor in my addled brain. Most importantly for a project like this, they didn’t have to be any good. My goal was to get to a thousand ideas. One thousand ideas I’m not likely to ever actually follow through on; a pretty perfect metaphor for why I’m still poor in my mid-thirties.
But I did finish the list.
I’ve been struggling with what to do with these ideas. The best I’ll keep to myself, if only so that I can prove when I come up with something first. Others I’m going to give out. One every day. Whether they’re funny, interesting, or actually practical, once I post them, they belong to the world. Enjoy.
Idea number 1:
“Kids Cut”: A children’s hair salon run entirely by children.