The entries were originally distributed one at a time daily in the lobby of the Torrance Museum of Art. We sent PDFs to our subscribers and to the staff at the museum as we went.

All Projects

A text about fostering cats

A magazine about hitchhiking

Editorial illustrations

A video in the stye of a comic strip

An article seen through windows

An online viewing room

A stereoscopic anthology

A website that uncovers alt-text

A video in the style of a ransom note

A series of digital billboards

A website about climate crisis

A website that is also a rebus

An video with animated emojis

“I have become a hoarder of dreams. Since high school, they’ve slowly piled up. They’re strewn across journals and loose slips of paper, and in the last few years stored on the Cloud, a nice place for dreams.”

A personal essay about dreaming.

“One publishes to find comrades.”

A class assignment about collecting images

Interviews with artists who do it for the love of it

@nytimes Instagram

“My grandmother, who is a potter, always insisted that she makes ceramic vessels, not art.”

A personal essay

A video made of cartoon screenshots

“Vladia Brooks kneads bread in the same spot that her father, Vladimir Nevl, kneaded bread for almost 50 years.”

An article about a Czech family restaurant

A website made of stairs

A set of animated icons

An artist book

A book that spans the life of a pencil

“The ghost of Annie’s brother was said to go into the pantry for a drink every night at 10 o’ clock.”

An article about a haunted house

An exhibition catalogue

A video featuring FKA twigs

A website about medieval animal trials

“Telling time, taking time, keeping time, time out, time to kill, time is money, time is on my side, race against the clock, ahead of time, a stitch in time, a hard time, buy time, big-time, and so on.”

A class assignment about time

A newspaper fold

A painting show

A series of one minute videos

“Parasite. noun. par·​a·​site ˈpar-ə-ˌsīt. : an organism living in, with, or on another organism in order to obtain nutrients, grow, or multiply often in a state that directly or indirectly harms the host.“

A class assignment about web extensions

“The Women’s Mountain Bike and Tea Society wants to rub out the image of mountain biking as an extreme sport.”

An article about a feminist bike collective

“When his family made fun of him for being lost in books, he would read in the closet.”

An obituary

“The original meaning of the word ‘comprehension’ is ‘to grasp, to seize something with the hands and hold it tight...’”

A class assignment about hands

Editorial illustrations

A circular music player

A website with the color eigengrau

A video in the style of a tarot deck

“When all the other mothers wore heels, stockings and hair spray, Esther would come to events with no stockings, no hairspray and no heels.”

An obituary

“The litter box may have brought us physically closer to our feline companions, but that doesn’t mean we understand them any better than when they lived mostly outdoors.”

An essay about cat litter

“Browsing the web, what you see can be described as a series of containers, some seen and some unseen.”

A class assignment about containers

A magazine in the style of a manila folder

An article about the MTA map

A website with a sunset cam

Teaching sites made with google docs

An article with a dancing lobster

An artist book

A video featuring Taylor Swift

A website with an auto-generated pattern

“One publishes to find comrades.”

A class assignment about publishing