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No Frills Prompt 7: Whimsical Zoo

New creative prompts that are simple, flexible and fully customizable. These prompts are useful for creatives from collage artists to photographers to art journalists.

fort worth zoo, MOLA

Respond in whatever way you wish, but do create something in words or images. The photograph and the words "WHIMSICAL ZOO" can be used together or separately. Don't overthink this, see the intro for help.


♦ write a quote in silly or elaborate letters (examples from dafont)

♦ read the sunday comics, cut out one and tape to your journal or fridge

♦ draw your name in block letters; draw little ladybugs + butterflies climbing on the letters

♦ write a whimsical haiku about a zoo

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Reader Comments (3)

oh, sad :( I like these prompts - they're very prompting(!), without telling me what to do :-) Seems to work with me anyway. So do please bring them back in the new year.

I'm one behind - still on sphere, but I'll catch up soon.

Thanks for taking the time to do this.

Sam x

12.3.2010 | Unregistered CommenterSam

I love your prompts! Bring them on!
I have posted my whimsical zoo here :

12.6.2010 | Unregistered CommenterNaNa

Sam, I would LIKE to continue them, so with just a bit of interest, I'll continue! Thank you for getting into them and sharing on Flickr.

Nathalie, I really had a great time developing these prompts, so I hope to continue them, but...

~ Tammy

12.7.2010 | Registered Commentergypsy

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