There's something therapeutic about watching the local artist recreate a childhood classic in this Wex video

The Wexner Center blog has been posting a Daily Stream, which is nothing like the Alive-curated Daily Distraction posts, OK? Good. Now that we have that point established, we wanted to share a recent Wex post in which artist Hakim Callwood makes a paper airplane. The video is the first in a series of short video tutorials recorded by local artists and geared toward kids. With that said, there's something therapeutic about watching Callwood transform a piece of lined notebook paper into an airborne classic (following a gentle suggestion to wash your hands) that transcends age.