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Whether you’re more into eighteenth century pastel portraits or 90’s Prada, this list has you covered

Whether you’re more into eighteenth century pastel portraits or 90’s Prada, this list has you covered

With the closure of libraries and museums and the general lack of stimuli, screens have become the main source of research during the lockdown. This list of online resources can serve to help you mood-board your way to a collection, or just to kill some boredom- a cultured alternative to The Sims.

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Co-op construction, Hannes Meyer, 1926
Vista, Josef Albers, 1933
Portrait of Théophile Van Robais, Jean-Baptiste Perronneau, 1770
Portrait of Maria Frederike van Reede-Athlone, Jean-Étienne Liotard, 1755-1756
Self-Portrait, Charles-Antoine Coype, 1734
Bed with integrated night tables and bedside lamps, Marc Held, 1970/1971
Carhartt in i-D issue 164 May 1997
Patrick Cox and i-D exclusive bag in i-D issue 148 January 1996
Michiko Koshino in i-D Issue 210 June 2001
Stussy in i-D issue 170 November 1997

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