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The Art of the French Postcard

October 28, 2015

In the 1920s, pornography of any kind was completely illegal, though tame by today’s standards, ‘candid’ images of women hinting at what exists behind their undergarments was absolutely erotic. Men (mainly) would trade postcards with scantily clad women on them, most of the cards were made in France and shipped overseas, hence became known as French Postcards.

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Mascots: Animals & the Armed Forces

June 05, 2013

 For your consideration, here is a selection of photos that capture emotional relationships between animals and soldiers.

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Outdoor Life Magazine Cover Art

May 01, 2013

Founded in 1898, Outdoor Life was originally a magazine of western adventure.  Including hunting and fishing tips, fiction and photography; it was the definitive sportsmens publication. 

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