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Kid Art: A Brooklyn 4-Year-Old Takes You To The Rainbow City

Tuesday, December 01, 2009

Moms and Dads, we want your kid's art!

Help us curate the best collection of children's drawings, painting, photos, sculptures, poems, performances...whatever. Take a photo of your child's artwork—if they're up for it, include your child in the photo—and, in the caption, get a quote from your kid about the piece. Then upload the photos to our Flickr group.

You score major points if you upload a video of your kid talking about his/her art!

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Meet Aoife, our first featured Kid Artist.

Age: "Four and a half"

Lives in: Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Inspiration: Smiley faces, Ireland and bunnies

Favorite medium: Paper and crayon

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Comments [7]

Sharna Fulton from Atlanta, GA

Chloe Pink, the cartoon for girls, loves creativity like this. Keep following your dreams, Jennifer and Aoife! www.chloepinkcartoon.blogspot.com

Dec. 22 2009 01:40 PM
Sharna Fulton from Atlanta, GA

Chloe Pink loves creativity like this. Good work Jennifer and Aoife! www.chloepinkcartoon.blogspot.com

Dec. 22 2009 01:40 PM
Francie and Pat from Arnprior, Ontario, Canada

Aoife , we love your artwork andhow youdesribe it. Pat loves the thunderstorm at night.Be sure to feed all those bunnies ;you are very articulate aoife- keep up the good work.

Dec. 17 2009 09:21 PM
Wendy from Toronto

Inspiring! See ya around in the Rainbow City Aoife :)

Dec. 15 2009 08:10 PM
heather from Ottawa, Canada

I have been lucky enough to meet this talented artist -- what a creative girl and super cute! the rainbow city? genius.
i also love bunnies ...
xo heather from ottawa
www.aftertheharvest.blogspot.com

Dec. 15 2009 05:59 PM
Totes from Brooklyn, NY

I want to live in the Rainbow City!

Dec. 02 2009 09:40 AM
Snorri from Brooklyn, NYC

Delightful! Excited to see more!

Dec. 01 2009 02:28 PM

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