The Kick-About #9 ‘Short Ride In A Fast Machine’

Some musical tangents, including my Dancing Tree of Life collage. Much to ponder, as usual.

Red's Kingdom


In marked contrast to our last creative prompt, which encouraged us to reflect on the slow, attenuated life-cycles of the cicada, this week’s jumping-off point invites adventures in velocity. As per, the range of responses is a delight. My advice? Slow down and have a really good look!


Francesca Maxwell

“A great prompt. Most of my work aims to capture movement – action, transformation, development, energy, colour, sound… This time it brought back into life an idea I have been circling around for a long time, which turns into a sketch I did on a plane back from Mexico; great places to sketch, planes and trains. Some of my best ideas happen there; the myth of Icarus. While imprisoned in a tower, his father Daedalus, famous for having built the Labyrinth, made wings for Icarus, taught him to fly and warned him not to go too high or the…

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8 responses to “The Kick-About #9 ‘Short Ride In A Fast Machine’”

  1. philgomm says :

    Thanks for the reblog, Kerfe – always appreciated. Hope the move is progressing smoothly!

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  2. robbiec9 says :

    Love the graphic art. I especially enjoyed you sharing the photos of the odd industrial area used during WWII. I live in US. It was refreshing to see something not littered with advertising. Looked very industrial and pristine for it’s age.

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  3. Sun Hesper Jansen says :

    Gods the colors… Bizarrely, I thought of Sgt. Pepper’s and Vonnegut’s “Cat’s Cradle” at the same time. (“So many people in the same device”…) I may just be really, really tired. But this woke me up. ^_^

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