July 10, 2011

Draw a Horse

Seriously. Without pretensions, draw a horse. On the walk to your car. In under a minute. On anything: business card, napkin, fallen leaf. With anything: pen, charcoal, syrup. It doesn't have to look good. In fact, it doesn't have too look like a horse at all. Give it horns, sneakers, a bullet-proof vest. Give it wings, intelligence, handlebars or a handlebar mustache. Fence him in, or set her free; existence only cares that it exists. It doesn't have to be a good horse; it could be evil. It could be indifferent. Seriously. Without pretensions, draw a horse. On the walk to your car. In under a minute. On anything. With anything. When you're done, keep it, post it, or crumple it up and throw it away. It doesn't have to be good; it just has to be, if only for a moment.

Now of course, here's my Moment:

1"x1" Ink pens on discarded cigarette filter paper.

-SRT

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