One Hour of Art.
I will make what I can in one hour and then I will send it to you. I will prepare supplies before the hour begins and will pack the work after the hour ends. I am not sure what you will receive in your hour. You can give me certain ideas that you might hope to have included in your hour's art ("drawings of giraffes, automobiles, 3D things") that I will try to include in some way, but try not to make them too intense for the hour ("an oil painting of my Aunt May based on this blurry family photo from 1967, a large, to scale, diorama of the Battle of Antietam, and a life size clay sculpture of a Beluga Whale"). You will also receive a note stating the One Hour that was yours.
One Day of Art.
I will make what I can in one day and then I will send it to you. You will receive all of the work that I can produce in a period of 24 hours. I will sleep and eat during this time, but other than that, the day will be devoted to producing work for you. You will likely receive drawings of people from the Every Person in New York Project. If there are particular places you would like me to try to get to draw at (American Museum of Natural History or the Museum of Modern Art) please let me know. You will also receive a note stating the One Day that was yours.