Friday, September 29, 2006

Debonair Magazine

Debonair (founded 1971) is an Indian men's magazine, originally modeled after Playboy
The magazine, best known for its nude female centerfolds, was launched by Ashok Row Kavi and Anthony Van Braband. Debonair was reformatted to remove nudity and target a younger demographic in 2005, under editor Derek Bose.

Thursday, September 21, 2006

Spree Magazine

From 1968.

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Wink Magazine

Like all Harrisons magazines, Wink followed the formula developed for Beauty Parade. However it did contain two innovations to set it apart from its rivals, (even though all its rivals were owned and published by Harrison). These were: A strong fetish element was added to the photostories, by public demand. Instead of the "girl next door" look favoured by Beauty Parade and Eyeful, Wink contained girls in chains, whip wielding "wild sirens" and spanking stories they also contained a reprint of John Willie's "Sweet Gwendoline" comic strip, a double page bondage saga concerning the exploits of Sweet Gwendoline of the title and the dastardly Sir d'Arcy.

Friday, September 15, 2006

Jaguar Magzine from June 1968

That's Jaguar Bond 0069 the man from orgy. He's always trying to get into my draws... er I mean, o to make me draw! Girls who swing in all directions. Banned until now, six new classics. Cold Finger in the valley of the molls. The action starts at 3 a.m. London's after hour clubs.

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Cheeky Magazine

From 1968. By Dominion Publishing Company. Those Erotic Hippies. The Seat of Scandal.

Friday, September 08, 2006

Sensation Magazine

Aewsome magazine with some wicked body painting, another sweet Parliament Publication.

Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Campus Jaybird Magazine

The nude campus revolution!
Jaybirds considered clothing the straightjacket of uptight society. Like the original German nudists the American Jaybirds were absolutely creatures of their time, born of unique historical circumstance, nurtured by social upheaval and dreams of a better life for all mankind. The Nacktkulturists had Heinrich Pudor, Richard Ungewitter and Paul Zimmerman to lead them. The Jaybirds had Stan Sohler, Bob Reitman and "Connie". We really hoped Jaybird would lead to freer acceptance of nudism in general culture," says Connie, the Mensa member, who at eighty still holds the Jaybird vision, but because she now works for a conservative firm chose to use a pseudonym. "Jaybird was meant to sound fun, to give a certain sense of abandon along with the nudity. You have to remember the time; Jaybird couldn't have existed in any other time." Jaybird magazines, with names like Jaybird Happening and Jaybird Scene, Campus Jaybird, Women's Home Jaybird and Utopia, were the collision of two worlds, the conservative nudist community where families gathered to play volleyball and barbeque in the buff, and the rockin' hippie planet where all was groovy, especially if it kicked sand at the man. And in the 1960s, when Jaybird spread its wings, hippies were kicking sand all up and down the California coast. It was the era of the Free Beach Movement, the largely forgotten fight for nude access to public shores; the time of Sandstone, a swinging psychotherapy commune in the Hollywood Hills where biologist Alex Comfort and psychologists Phyllis and Eberhard Kronhausen went to tune in, drop out and get laid, in any order desired; and the time when sexual researcher Dr. John Money was prescribing stays at the almost equally libidinous Elysium Fields nudist park up in Topanga for patients suffering excessive shyness; and also the time when author Gay Talese was partaking of all these places and pleasures for his book on America's changing mores, Thy Neighbor's Wife, and losing his own wife in the process. Yes, it was a time, such a time it could even lead a middle aged, Midwestern mother to run away to California to join the nudists. "

Thursday, August 31, 2006

Nudia Magazine

Beautiful color pages. The photo-artistry of Ron Raffaelli. Nude dudes on the dunes. Body painting for fun and profit. Nudity and the new morality.

Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Topper Magazine

3 Hot Movies: Lesbian Kidnap Girls: Detectives. Bikers in Action: With Their Mamas. New Sex Sect: Initiation. Beach Party Orgy: Candid Camera Capers. Special Feature: A Virgin Performs.

Thursday, August 24, 2006

Cocktail Magazine

A Parliament Publication. Showdown on the Raw Frontier. Betty's Undie Fun Fair. Hip Stripper's Mirage Martini. Merry Mixer from Manhattan.

Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Go Naked Magazine

Hippie Magazine: Go Naked with a wild sex-mad phantom, he carries naked girls off to his lair deep in the erotic dark.

Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Beauty Parade Magazine 1941

Beauty Parade was the first of Robert Harrison's series of girlie magazines, published in October 1941. At the time Harrison was working for Martin Quigley, the publisher of "Motion Picture Daily" and "Motion Picture Herald", the story goes that Harrison used to paste together Beauty Parade single handedly in the office after the rest of the staff had gone home. Compared to his later titles, Beauty Parade was a lot tamer, although it still featured one of main characteristics of all his magazines, the photostory.

Sunday, August 13, 2006

Late Show Magazine

Fencing anyone? Bare Cat Blues, The Untamed Woman, Brunettes and Blades, Do-it-Yourself Casanova and Maid with a soft touch.

Saturday, August 12, 2006

Sex Monthly from 1926

Friday, August 11, 2006

Matinee Magazine

What's you're sexuality quotient? Love flesh offering. Hideout in Harem. $2.00 cheap!

Thursday, August 10, 2006

Night People Magazine

Reginald Marsel: Champion of Burlesque, Liz Renay and Tinhorn on a sex binge.

Wednesday, August 09, 2006

High Time Magazine

From 1961. Featuring provocative pixies, ribald fiction, bachelor bait girls, the girl's bewitching, the fine art of ditching a dame and fixin' the vixen... groovy

Sunday, July 30, 2006

Heels and Hose Magazine

The New Giant Size, another fine Parliament Publication from 1969, love the sock garters!

Friday, July 28, 2006

Jaybird High Jinx Magazine

The exploration of a heavenly body... Delightful Duos, when a body meets a body... bargain basement, fircest edition, awesome!

Thursday, July 20, 2006

About Groovy Grrls

The hippest playmates and most fashionable design and typography, our Groovy Girls collection of girly mag cover art is spectacular! Designed with an eye for style, our groovy girls sport funky outfits (or not) with font and design to die for. As no two are alike, our special Groovy Girls art covers celebrate diversity from the 1910s thru to the 1980s. Hip color and style and everything thats wild...that's what Groovy Girls are made of!