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15 Free Online Magazines | Oh The Lovely Things
For my birthday I got an iPad, and I am now a convert to online magazines. i still prefer paper books (you can’t take an iPad in the bath!) but online mags are the way to go. Oh The Lovely Things has put together an amazing round up of some of the best free mags, including my favourites Sweet Paul and N.E.E.T. Of course you don’t need to have an iPad to read these (but it makes it a lot easier!) so check them all out. I’m going to be taking a look at all 15 of them!
Illustration by Chéri Hérouard for La Vie Parisienne, 1926
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kern and trained dog Bobbie, 1900-1910 (via Library of Congress)
Marion Cotillard for The Hollywood Reporter‘s Actress Roundtable Issue
What a babe
Collar of blue and black faience
Middle Kingdom, 12th dynasty, 1981 - 1802 BC.
Found in Middle Egypt, Meir, Tomb of Hapi Akhtifi
Source: The Metropolitan Museum
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Trained dog act poster, c. 1899 (via Library of Congress)
“Woman with Umbrella in Rain” by Raimund von Stillfried. Artist: Kusakabe Kimbei (Japanese, 1841–1934), 1870s. Commercial photography studios in Meiji-era Japan were renowned for the subtlety and refinement of their coloring techniques. This hand-tinted image of a young woman caught in a heavy rainstorm achieved its naturalistic effect by knitting together multiple strands of artifice: the greenery in the foreground was a studio prop; the flaps of the kimono were suspended by thin wires to create the impression of a strong wind; and long, diagonal marks were made on the negative to suggest streaks of rain. (Photo courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art)