The Brain Flower

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The Brain Flower

The piece “Moving On Series” by Madison Brady.

The piece “Moving On Series” by Madison Brady.

Lucas Koprowski

The piece “Moving On Series” by Madison Brady.

Lucas Koprowski

Lucas Koprowski

The piece “Moving On Series” by Madison Brady.

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The College of DuPage branch of the American Institute of Graphic Design, AIGA, has been opening new opportunities for art students to present their work to the public. The group released the Brain Flower magazine, a student-work driven artistic publication, on April 12.

 

The content in this magazine and other art that couldn’t fit in the publication will be presented at the Brain Flower exhibit in the Wings Student Art Gallery from April 12 to April 17.

One part of the piece “Unlikely Friendships” by Atiyya Shahab.

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One part of the piece “Unlikely Friendships” by Atiyya Shahab.

The piece “Fight in Flight” by Charles Loggins III.

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The piece “Fight in Flight” by Charles Loggins III.

The piece “Televised Corruption” by Nathan Reed.

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The piece “Televised Corruption” by Nathan Reed.

The piece “Acao Chocolates” by Isabel Lyon.

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The piece “Acao Chocolates” by Isabel Lyon.

 

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