Afternoon Snack

April 10, 2017 at 12:36 pm

Your weekly stash of goodness.

 


 

Ms. Pamela Coleman Smith was the original illustrator of the tarot deck we would all most easily recognize – and now you can get her deck as she originally intended it to be! Get this for the powerful woman in your life that needs a patriarchy-free medium, because we all know that tarot can only be given, never bought.

 


 

Cardcaptor Sakura is coming back with a sequel after 18 years!! We are so stoked for this. Who is down for some watching parties, to relive our childhood??

 

 


 

This is a pretty bougie version of a Girl’s-Only club, but we can definitely appreciate the goals that this Women’s-Only Social Club for professional ladies coming out of NYC.

 


 

The POME-contributor and wonderful person Paloma Hernando is striking out with fellow illustrator Bekky Sunmi Shin to form the Dandelion Wine Collective!! Their goal is to give a new platform to emerging and diverse voices in comics, and we are so excited to read every single thing they put out.

 


 

Hey! Turns out that a lack of ambition or family obligations aren’t the real reason women aren’t promoted in the workplace! Wow, what a surprise. Turns out it’s more about company culture? Isn’t that nuts??? *eternal side eye*

 


 

Ok we all love Ghibli and we all love Ghibli food – SO LET’S GET PUMPED FOR THIS FOOD-THEMED EXHIBITION AT THE GHIBLI MUSEUM. The exhibit will be divided into 2 sections (one on eating, one on cooking), so time to start planning that Japan vacation NOW.

 

 


 

We’re no experts, but the idea of opening the borders to Syrians in order to really help (vs dropping bombs on them) certainly makes sense to us.

 


 

For the feline-inclined among us, let us rejoice in the glory that is Puss Puss – a biyearly magazine for the fashionable, luxurious, and #aesthetic among us.

 


 

Keep on keepin’ on, y’all.

Pomegranate Magazine

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