5 Responses to FRIGIDAIRE No. 20 (Jul-1982)
Svanya2KAdmin4301 XPFeb-21-2014 7:01 PM
fishkettlebananaNoobMember0 XPFeb-22-2014 4:21 PM
where do you find these rare items, many things like this you would imagine would just disintegrate or be thrown in the bin over the years
tetris911NoobMember0 XPFeb-24-2014 4:18 AM
Hey sawa, could you explain a little bit about the first picture you posted, the one with the lady holding a cup with a straw, wearing some red thing on her head, etc
I figured the poster is from the blade runner movie but I am trying to figure out just how is it a blade runner poster. I guess the girl in the poster is Rachael? If not then I guess the poster has nothing to do with the movie or something? Just curious because I really LIKE the design/art of the poster, it's just something that really strikes me as beautiful while staring at it and looking at every little detail for 3-5 minutes.
djrees56NoobMember10 XPFeb-27-2014 7:39 AM
Cool post Sawa!! :)
SawaNoobMember4 XPMar-03-2014 2:27 AM
I don't think the cover (initial post) of the magazine has much to do with BR (more so the idea of a swinging stewardess ...possibly a 'New Wave' Japanese one), Tertis. I believe one of the first 'officially reported (1984)' victims of HIV was a gay Canadian male stewardess (died 1981). And surely helped put an end to whatever swinging was occurring with hot random passengers (etc.), before too long.
FRIGIDAIRE No. 1 (Nov-1980) both photos
The magazine itself was somewhat like HEAVY METAL, with artwork similar (featuring Italian artists); a luxury magazine for the great elite masses. Certainly, this BR issue has some nice stills I don't recall seeing before, too.
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