A story from Alan Xu.
A anthology of art from (young) women around the world. Check out Tunnel’s global reach!
buried and unburied photos of friends, Ohio, and friends in Ohio
Ashton Carless returns to Tunnel with his sophomore series, composed of oil paint portraiture.
“I felt this need to provide spaces for POC and QPOC with opportunities to show their work because being POC and trying to navigate like how to show your work… within a traditional gallery setting, it’s just really really hard and no one tells you how to go about it and it’s just really difficult.”
Anya Pertel has been looking carefully, at her friends, at her city, experiencing “many intense conflicting feelings,” which have found their way into her recent paintings.
“Life is weird and I feel things way too hard. I want my art to comfort the people viewing it and give them the security to be themselves and do their own thing because life is not long at all.”
Artwork and Music from Joshua Boulos, a seventeen-year old from Honolulu.
Drawings and scratches from Brandon Yung.
All Artwork and Captions by Benni Quintero RedHead Girl: This cute chickadeee used to sit across the room from me in art class. My sketchbook was filled with drawings of her. I never quite captured her in a way that satisfies my impression of her in my head. Her artwork was wild though. Mouster King: I made this fella the summer in before senior year. My cat killed a mouse. I gave it a proper home in the afterlife as a king. Cruisin’: This one was I believe my final piece for AP studio. It’s honestly unfinished. It’s a copy of an image of me, my brother, and my dad in a disneyland photo-stop car thingy. I just put us in a different environment. I looked really determined and angry in the original picture, so I figured I was on a mission or something. So I made my mission to be running over some ugly dude. It’s ok though, nobody really liked him anyway. Mother Sin and her Ducks of Anarchy: This is Sin. I’ve given her the title …