In Magazines, Uncategorized on April 23, 2012 at 7:07 pm
I know that when you are having your daily dose of glossy magazines you think it has always been like this: pieces of advice, photos to illustrate the stories, dressed up men and women. You are partially right.
This is an article from a magazine in 1938 about single women. We use to read loads of advice of any kind in our press nowadays, but these are simply delicious.
Take a look at some of them.
In Photographers on April 15, 2012 at 1:46 pm
“Before the internet and before the likes of fashion bloggers, there was Bill Cunningham, the street-fashion and society chronicler for The New York Times. After 50 years of cycling the streets of the Big Apple with his camera, snapping the great, the good and the stylish, Bill Cunningham is now in front of the lens in this loving and intimate portrait of a remarkable man and a chronicler of a city”
In Paintings on April 3, 2012 at 6:58 pm
People who were fascinated by Kurt Cobain’s personality will not be surprised to find out what is the value of his artwork. Four never-seen-before paintings and a drawing came to the attention of the public when Courtney Love, his wife, decided to auction off the artwork together with several guitars and other belongings. The estimated value of the artwork is $100 million.
Here are two of the paintings that might suggest the ambiguous perception of life that Cobain had.
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