Yareah Magazine Top Posts during 2012. Yareah magazine is different and our Top Posts are different too!
Yareah magazine is different! Yes, these days everybody and media are publishing Top Lists and usually, these lists are full of handsome people. Of course, Yareah magazine likes handsome people (and ugly people too) but it’s good that a magazine had also contents.
Well, checking our statistics, I can be happy. It’s true that there are posts about a famous singer, a current star or a scandalous personality that were a success (but only one or two days). However, posts with contents, about true artists or authors, have been seen every day and in the end, they have been read much, much, much more than those dedicated to ephemeral personalities.
Well, here our peculiar list:
1.- Pablo Picasso, a Controversial Sculptor. Yes, it seems that Picasso keeps on being a Top, a safe bet. And we are speaking about one only post. Because Yareah magazine has written very many successful posts about this artists. What would it happen if we will sum all of them? Yes, he is the king!!!
2.- Charles Dickens by Zhang Huaming. Yes, Dickens, another Top of every time. Zhang Huaming is from China and it’s evident that an Asian point of view combined with a so Western author has resulted very interesting.
3.- Crafts: Amigurumi and Poetry. Crafts are in vogue and if we combine them with poetry the result is perfect (our fantastic poets have also had fantastic results and we thank them for their marvelous daily collaboration).
4.- Just One Day to Die by Martin Cid. Again a fantastic combination. Marilyn Monroe and Martin Cid magic way of writing. A very shared article all around the world.
5.- Pop art: History, Characteristics and Main Artists. No doubt it was a good article, with video and gallery. I’m proud of it.
6.- Artemisia Gentileschi and her hard life. Yareah magazine has dedicated great efforts to spread the artwork of old women artists. During a time, Elizabeth Vigee-Lebrun was a Top but in the end, this Baroque strong woman has won!
7.- Paris in the 1900’s by Martin Cid.
8.- Elijah Wood gets on well with Mark Twain by IZara
9.- The Reincarnation of Mary Magdalena by Doug Simpson (congratulations, Doug!),
10.- Talleyrand, Napoleon minister (a touch of History is always okey!)
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