Primary Colors by Joseph Schupbach seeing spots My eyes were pressed firmly into two slimy black rubber tubes as I began to examine a grayscale depiction of a happy Caucasian family sharing lunch on the lawn. My school nurse began her inquisition promptly uttering, “What do you see?” I answered with an obvious reply and … Continue reading
Take It, Yeah by Sean Schmidt I’m a fisherman out on the waves You are the big fish pulling me from the bay In only a row boat, I drift out from shore; For the trust of my fish I’ve traded my oars.
Seventeen by Brian Carpenter I don’t feel the way people say i should i’m doing everything i can but it’s all no good is it just growing up or am i misunderstood my mom says i’m getting taller and i don’t want to see my dad this would be a love song but there isn’t … Continue reading
Stephanie Bassos and Timothy Burkhart have two different styles when it comes to their photography, but they differ in ways that only naturally blend once combined, as is often the way with things that are different. With the series below the two have used the art of double exposure to create images that represent the … Continue reading
There is some irony to this feature, with its coupling of a disposable camera and a renewable resource. The life of a bicycle and a cyclist shot through one of those cardboard and plastic cameras, the ones we all used to use before their were digital cameras or we found our grandmothers vintage Polaroid, is … Continue reading
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The Face of Volunteerism “This portfolio documents the face of Volunteerism across DuPage County, Illinois in 2010 and 2011. It is a completed assignment which studies the people, emotions, and ways in which Volunteerism is enacted in the western suburbs of Chicago. The project was commissioned by Giving DuPage, a Chicagoland nonprofit promoting and coordinating … Continue reading
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