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Olivia Li (’21) tells the delightful story of what happens when you don’t have a nightlight. Read the short, delightful tale here.
“Chinese parents don’t like to talk about sex-related topics,” Martin says. “So, when kids ask their parents where they come from, parents always make up some very obvious lies. … More
For this project students were tasked to create an animation using kinetic type inspired by an artist / artwork of their choice. This class is called Image and Context, taught … More
Life of/ is an annual visual prototyping challenge. This year, we present “The Life of Jesse”, a collection of visual stories based on randomly selected “defining moments” in the life … More
Tony Chao (Class of 2021) gives us ‘Danger in Noodletown’. As a child I was told to never break the noodles. I was told the longer you slurp the noodles, … More
Don’t miss Maria Schweitzer’s (Class of 2021) four-page, subtly animated comic about her childhood misbelief of thunderstorms and her great grandfather. Watch the full story here
George Cathcart’s ‘Friends’ is part of the Class of 2021’s collection of misbeliefs. “As a child, I had a misbelief in which I thought all animals were friends. After … More
Jacquelyn Kirby’s (’21) ‘Imaginary Ghost’ is the tale of a little girl who befriends the ghost that haunts her home. Watch the short here.
Once upon a time, there lived an unhappy boy, thinking of escaping from this sad world all the time. The other night, he had a dream that he became a … More