Month: November 2015

Drew Leshko

Drew Leshko

    Drew Leshko is a Philly based artist who recreates buildings using paper and wood. I absolutely love anything miniature and I love cityscapes, so as soon as I saw his work I was entranced. The details are everything: the posters, the electric wires, the window […]

Jean-Claude

Jean-Claude

    Tap, tap, tap tap, tap.     Jean-Claude woke up to sound of rain against his windowpane, inviting itself into the warmth of his cozy London flat. Jean-Claude wanted to spend his day in his slippers and robe, reading the weekend paper and drinking tea in his […]

SNL Host Photos

SNL Host Photos

    I’m sure you’ve heard of Saturday Night Live, but have you heard of Mary Ellen Matthews? Ever wonder who’s behind the weekly photo shoots of the host and musical act that are shown periodically during the show before and after commercial breaks? Well, it’s her. […]

Fragments of Creativity

Fragments of Creativity

Collection of non contiguous fragments I’ve spontaneously written and shoved into notebooks to be forgotten. Unfinished work, not in progress. image via As a child, death was a dirty word. ~ Just as the airy delicateness melts into the placid, thick, murky sea, the illuminated […]

Brotein: The Bro Life

Brotein: The Bro Life

Steps to guarantee you will get into any frat you want     Attire:     Let’s just start off with socks. Number 1 rule when it comes to socks is NO SOCKS! Unless you want to look like a 70-year-old grandpa who’s going to play a pick up […]

Fall! Fall! Fall!

Fall! Fall! Fall!

    Fall! I love fall. Despite my crushing amount of homework and against my doctor’s advice, I went hiking last weekend and appreciated some foliage. Eva Bacas ’16 || Managing Editor

“Cross-Pollinated: Hybrid Art Abuzz” at Towson University

“Cross-Pollinated: Hybrid Art Abuzz” at Towson University

    I recently visited a student art exhibition at Towson University with a couple of my best friends. I was looking forward to seeing it, but nothing could have prepared me to be that blown away. The concepts were cool, but the skills the artists demonstrated […]

WIP

WIP

Work in progress, WIP, is an ongoing series of the poetry, artwork, and writing Sequel staff members have been working on. This weekend’s WIP highlights staff Sam Slafkosky. Sam Slafkosky ’16 || Art Staff

Mister Sandman (Part 2)

Mister Sandman (Part 2)

    This part shows not only the sass of Alex, but the mysterious parts of Dale. Each card will represent a different character that Alex will encounter including the Ace; Dale. I really love this idea following two of roughly my favorite characters and the story […]

Daily Doodles

Daily Doodles

Jarrin Jacobs ’16 || Art Staff

The Tomato in Therapy

The Tomato in Therapy

    It hurts to not fit in. I’m bitter, but I’ve been tossed around and unwanted by so many that it’s hard to be sweet. Whenever I’m around there’s always some conversation, some bantering about who I really am. Just a little bit ago I got […]

ROT Girl!

ROT Girl!

    She stared at the feed on her phone, scrutinizing the pictures of smiling people she had thought to be her friends. The background was unfamiliar, but she wished she could’ve marched over to wherever it was and demanded why they were deliberately cutting her out. […]