February’s First Friday art show featured the works of fourth and fifth year students from San Jose State University’s animation/illustration program in a show titled “Pipeline,” created by SJSU’s ShrunkenHeadMan Club.

The pipeline is a term used in the animation industry that describes the steps an animation goes through from conception to completion. Consequently, the gallery at Social Policy was filled with animation artwork from different stages of the process – abstract sketches, storyboards, concept art, and even sample reels were displayed.

We’d like to thank everyone who came to support the ShrunkenHeadMan Club and it’s young and talented members – the night was a great success!