Francesca Myman

I’d like to point you all to one of my fellow Clarion buddies, Francesca Myman, a Yale grad, fantasy writer, and artist whose website I just recently picked up (I fell out of touch with about half of the class, so it’s cool to see she’s doing well).

She’s got fun photos, a lovely art gallery, and check out Broadband (not really work safe), images of fleshy women in classic art. A good reminder about how much standards of female beauty change – though I’d hasten to add that these images felt just as totalitarian and impossible to achieve and maintain by women then as standards today. The “ideal” is only an “ideal” if less than 2% of the population achieves it. Then it changes. So it goes.

Great stuff.

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