“If you can’t share, we’ll have to take it away.” -Myla Hendricks, age 4

One of the most difficult things for any creative person to do is to let someone else into their creative space, into their projects and into the work that they’re most passionate about. But sometimes, that’s really the best thing you can do. Have a listen to Jack Johnson remind us of this with

The Sharing Song,

while you take a look at what happens when an artist who really focuses on sketching detailed faces…

Image credit: Mica Hendricks, of her best friend Christine, via http://busymockingbird.com/.

Image credit: Mica Hendricks, of her best friend Christine, via http://busymockingbird.com/.

Gives her daughter — age 4 — access to her sketchbook. What follows is a collaboration unlike anything else you’ve ever seen before.

Image credit: “Mr. Beever” by Mica and Myla Hendricks, via http://busymockingbird.files.wordpress.com/2013/08/mr-beever.jpg?w=620&h=806.

Image credit: “Mr. Beever” by Mica and Myla Hendricks, via http://busymockingbird.files.wordpress.com/2013/08/mr-beever.jpg?w=620&h=806.

Go check out the fantastic art of Mica and Myla Hendricks, and have a great Labor Day weekend!

Comments

  1. #1 PJ
    August 31, 2014

    Love the concept of sharing – should be more of it.

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