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The History of Hand Turkeys

Remember in second grade when your teacher made you trace your hand and stylize the tracing into a turkey because she didn’t want to plan a real lesson? If you forgot, it’s because the next day you peed you...
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Presidential Pictures

The easiest way to make a political figure angry is to draw him (or, occasionally, her) as an embarrassing cartoon. A resounding image can cut across partisan politics, education level and regional culture to h...
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One on One with John Jennings

As comic books are accepted into university study, the comic industry is becoming increasingly more aware of its complex construction and racial representations. Former UIUC graphic design professor Jo...
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Honest Words and Gritty Pictures

Jake Aurelian’s fresh and honest voice is drawing a lot of attention to the CU literary community. His self-published story collection, Dead Wrestlers, Broken Necks & The Women Who Screwed Me Over creates a...
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The Hunger Games

Average American adolescence and deadly combative war games are strangely analogous. High schools round up juveniles and force them to compete with one another in mental and physical challenges; then, young peo...