This headpiece is titled "Kickin' Around" because it is supposed to represent how important "thought" is with regards to listening to others. From the front, the piece looks as if the wearer's ears are being emphasized, also putting an emphasis on the action of hearing. Located directly behind the ears and around the back of the head are these paper flowers that are made mostly of upcycled newspaper and blank newsprint. These flowers represent thought and words. The concept is meant to communicate that when we listen, we hear the words of another but the most important and profound experience is what happens with our thoughts in regards to what we have been told. "Kickin' Around" refers to the ideas kickin' around in our heads, and not only how involved we are with basic thought, but also how simple it can be or how profound it can become.