Friday, May 25, 2018

Depiction of a same sex couple c. 1805-1815

Among the dozens of works on display in a new show at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery is one that is possibly the first depiction of a same sex couple—the silhouettes of Sylvia Drake and Charity Bryant of Weybridge, Vermont, entwined in braided human hair that is also shaped into a heart.

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The Wonders Within Your Head

This infographic from the December 6, 1938 issue of LOOK magazine looks at different areas of the brain as a workplace.