Boing Boing posts some of the most interesting stuff that I see on Facebook. This post about a book called Bodies of Subversion: A Secret History of Women and Tattoo is no exception. I've put it on hold at the library--can't wait to read it.
There's something so very personal & revealing about the wardrobe of a person. Especially when you see custom made clothing like what was more common in the past. What Frida wore: the artist's wardrobe locked up for 50 years – in pictures was such an interesting glimpse into her life. I'd love to see the pieces in person some day & hope they find their way to a museum.
Another oldie but goodie, is The Rise of The North American Protected Bike Lane on Momentum. It's long but worthwhile.
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