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365 Days of LaForce

Painter Heather LaForce, a graduate student in the dual degree program with Tufts and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, is running a day video blog called “365 Days of LaForce.” She blogs:

365 Days of LaForce aspires to highlight the textures of daily life in ten minutes or less. Viewers can expect to observe my creative process as it unfolds, behavior that might be considered bizarre or unusual, but nonetheless silly or humorous and be exposed to a very enthusiastic attitude! I promise to provide material that is colorful and uplifting to the best of my abilities!

Watch the first video in the project below and view the rest on LaForce’s YouTube channel.

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Ink Pen

Phil Dunlap (A’93), who graduated with a dual degree from Tufts and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, is the creator of the comic strip Ink Pen, which is about an employment agency for out of work cartoon characters. The strip, which recently marked its 5th anniversary, features a spirited cast of talking animals, superheroes and villains.

On the occasion of Ink Pen’s 5th anniversary, the GoComics blog posted about Dunlap and the strip:

Ink Pen never runs out of insights into the seedy underbelly of cartoon character employment. Dunlap has a truly unique perspective about the odd world of cartooning.

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