One of the current exhibits at the Museum of Glass in Tacoma is “Kids Design Glass Too.” School children submit drawings of concepts they’d like to see in glass and artists in the Museum hot shop execute the ideas. Many of the ones on display are a hoot.
This is “Corn Dog,” a concept submitted by an 11 year-old girl.
The creator explains, “This corn dog makes more sense than a breaded dog. Farmers plant this kind of corn in the fields to bark at crows and scare them away from the fields.” Why didn’t I think of that?
“A Potato’s Destiny” was the brainchild of a 10 year-old girl. “I love Potatos [sic] and a Potato’s destiny is to get eaten.