Class Of 2019: Jen Woo

Joan Didion wrote in The New Yorker in 1998, “The peculiarity of being a writer is that the entire enterprise involves the moral humiliation of seeing one’s own words in print.” Although editing one’s own words can be a borderline compulsive and painstaking task, the end product elicits inexplicable pleasure for those who put pen […]

Class Of 2019: Jen Wong

Tattoos are a symbol—to many tattoos timestamp a moment in their history, to others more significance is held in the art itself. Tattoos act as an art collector clutching onto the world’s next latest and greatest. Ultimately, it’s art on a canvas. As I pull up to Picture Machine Tattoo in the Richmond District where […]

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