Chicago-based SAIC faculty and grad, Amy Honchell works with textiles to craft whirling installations of otherworldly landscapes. Honchell bends cloth, which protects us and keeps us warm, through a warped process that challenges the medium’s association with benevolence. Hochell’s mountainous compositions remove memories of blanket-swathed crib slumber, and stitch the trappings of journey and struggle in their place.
Animator Michael Langan completed the short film Doxology for his thesis in the RISD animation program. The film combines a plethora of unusual animation techniques to create “an experimental comedy about tennis, dancing cars, and God.” Click here to watch it.
Top left: Crash, Wreck, Accident (thursday bonus for jenny) Top right: Boy-King Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru Rukidi IV, Bottom left: Italian Girl, Italian Greyhounds (in progress), Bottom right: Bus Stop (Cheers). Lauren is a freelance illustrator living in Chicago, a graduate of Rhode Island school of Design.