Month: December 2016

“Song4U” by Malcom Laws

    A note from the creator: Malcom Laws is a Pre-Business junior from Bivalve, Maryland. He’s been a producer for around ten years, and he’s been an MC for around 15 years. His hip-hop influences include J Dilla, RZA, Nottz, Large Professor, Q-Tip & DJ Quik. His non-rap influences include Janis Ian, Lonnie Liston Smith, Isaac Hayes, James Brown,… Read more →

“Harold (Playthrough)” by Alexandra Constantinou

Originally accepted for our Spring 2016 issue. Harold (Playthrough) from Alexandra Constantinou on Vimeo. Alexandra Constantinou is a Senior Stategic Communication from Houston, TX. A note from the creator: “An exploration of a lake including a trapped turtle, hidden statues and hushed commands. I originally created Harold, the turtle, as a mashup of statues found in Fort Worth. The original pieces of… Read more →

“Onomatopoeia” by John Truelove

Originally accepted for our Fall 2015 issue.  Winner of the Fall 2015 “Helen Hamilton Award for Excellence in Creative Expression.”   Onomatopoeia from John Truelove on Vimeo. A note from the creator: “This is a story about Jerry. Jerry can see sound effects. Well, he didn’t always see sounds. Really it just kind of happened when he woke up one… Read more →

“Make April Care” by Sarah Rose

(Kinetic sculpture) A note from the creator: “This is a kinetic sculpture I made for the New Media class I was in last semester. I decided to make it during a lecture for another class when I looked around and saw everyone staring at their phones. It speaks to our functional dependency on devices and apathy towards the tangible world,… Read more →

“FAKE IT” by Alexandra Constantinou

A note from the creator: “FAKE IT is an official selection of Extremely Shorts Film Festival and The Fort Meyers Film Festival. FAKE IT is a collaboration project. TCU students and faculty performed, destroyed, burned, exploded, and more, over the course of a week to create slow motion videos. This video is a small compilation of those videos. Music: Leaves… Read more →