Daria Kalugina considers the cube.
Brady Simenson still hears the call of those childish things.
Daria Kalugina has a job as a Bob.
Daria Kalugina takes a good look at a good look.
Daria Kalugina inspects the peculiar flow of time.
April Tyack doesn’t want to be sedated.
Games demand our attention, but are we bad at giving it to them?
Taylor Hidalgo remembers his grandfather.
Jesse Porch peers behind the digital curtain.
Taylor Hidalgo’s many features combine to form something aesthetically perplexing.
April Tyack cracks open the boredom of conventional design.
Leigh Harrison isn’t feeling the hype.
Taylor Hidalgo longs for validation he doesn’t want.
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