I've written a couple of times about my "daily art" project for this year -- actually it's weekly rather than daily. I am making bundles and packages out of stuff that's lying around.
Recently I had the pleasure of spending a week at the beach with a five-year-old. As you know, one of the best things about the beach is picking up stuff that's lying around. Usually you carefully wash the stuff, bring it home, and do nothing with it. But if your art project is to assemble stuff into bundles, then you are certainly supplied with plenty of raw materials at the beach.
After several days of collecting, I assembled my packages, and came up with six for the week. That's a good week -- my project rules call for "at least one" but sometimes there's more stuff wanting to be packaged. Some of my packages consisted of shells, of course, but others were made of plastic and string that had washed up on the beach or been discarded by visiting slobs.
Here we are taping them together.
Here's our total art for the week.