This week’s New Yorker cover is all too real. For the past month, my Facebook feed has been bombarded with photos of cheery-faced, cap and gown-clad recent graduates that (mostly) don’t know what they’re going to do for the rest of their lives. Or their plan is more school. Either way, Johnson’s comic all too accurately shows the plight of recent grads.
also by Brandon Zech
- Sean Starwars: Woodcut Funhouse - August 9th, 2017
- 'Daydreams and Other Monsters' at UTSA - August 4th, 2017
- Why this Year's Galveston Artist Residency Exhibition is Different - July 19th, 2017
- Andres Serrano at the Station Museum of Contemporary Art, Houston - June 23rd, 2017
- Michael Menchaca at BLUEorange - June 14th, 2017