Let's have a look at some 1960s advertising which targets the up-and-coming, horny white Boomer male, flush with cash.
Horror comic books followed the same basic pattern: somebody makes bad choices, and that somebody learns a lesson the hard way.... usually in a creatively grotesque fashion
Let's thumb through this July 1970 issue of 'TEEN magazine. Herein, you'll find Bobby Sherman worship, legitimized fat shaming, vinyl miniskirts, and a constant reminder to turn your hair blonde. Enjoy!
The confession magazine - a periodical directed at working class women, full of tales of sin, suffering and sorrow. Each story followed the same basic formula: "sin-suffer-repent"
You know the image: A helpless lady is carried in the arms of a monster, robot, cowboy, etc. The number of times this image has been repeated in pop art is simply beyond belief.
Not so long ago we took a look at Yugoslavian Computer Magazine Cover Girls, now let's have a look at the cover girls of another unlikely magazine topic - model airplanes.
I don't know the backstory to any of these found photograph celebrations... but I do know that I wish I had been there.
Only in the 1960s or 70s would a label-maker catalog try to sex things up. This was an era where the "sex sells" approach was seemingly used for every single product on the market.
At some point in the mid to late seventies, the US and other countries suddenly decided they were going to go absolutely mad over roller skates
The advent of the cassette tape was a major breakthrough for music lovers - a boon that can't be appreciated by millennials who take music-on-demand for granted.