Posted on Monday, August 4th, 2014 by Will Hagle
A Parliament of Owls is a digital magazine with content dedicated to photography, design, reading, film and the arts in general.
A Parliament of Owls is an online publication dedicated to the arts. The site breaks its editorial content into six categories: Photography, Design, Reading, Film, Technology and Art. Each section contains a number of different stories, blog posts and essays relating to one of those particular topics. The articles found on A Parliament of Owls offer angles not typically found elsewhere on the web. The authors are also well-versed at crafting compelling content while balancing words with the pictures, links and videos that can enhance any online reading experience. An article in the “Reading” section, for instance, includes pictures of the script written by Vladimir Nabokov for Stanley Kubrick’s adaptation of his novel Lolita.
In addition to the aforementioned sections on A Parliament of Owls, there are three other digital magazines designed in a similar manner and with similar editorial content. “Hounds,” for instance, features articles about fashion. The “Doves” section is essentially a travel publication, while “Leopards” has sections dedicated to Design, Gadgets and Tech. The overall A Parliament of Owls site appears to be fairly new, but it’s definitely a welcome addition to the vast world of online publications. It claims to be “the wisest way to look at the web,” and the articles that are already hosted on the site seem to suggest that’s at least somewhat true. It’s worth browsing in order to break away from the traditional online news stream and dig deep into unique content.