Robin Johnson pin-up!

Literally, and not just metaphorically!
This A4 poster of Robin Johnson is from an unknown magazine, c.late-1980. Please let me know if you can identify the magazine logo. (A poster of Tom Petty is on the reverse of this page, illustrating one of the easiest decisions I have ever had to make.)
Yours to print out and keep!

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4 Responses to Robin Johnson pin-up!

  1. same old scene says:

    Love the mic in shot at the bottom of the photo 🙂

    Great pic, love the blue border on the inset picture too, 80s-tastic

  2. Hi same old scene, I can’t say I’d noticed the mike until you pointed it out, as I was too busy slipping in a drool puddle, but even I noticed the blue border. Up close, it kind of pulsates. It might be hypnotising me… no, that’s still the main picture, sorry. Um, I was saying…
    oh, that’s right! Yes, very eighties! Which is interesting, since the movie was released in late-1980, (mainly) filmed in late-1979… In terms of its look, and especially its fashions, it’s a really interesting seventies/eighties crossover, and it anticipates many fashion styles to come. Which I’ll post about later.
    Thanks for commenting!
    Yours in pervitude,
    Def Gif

  3. same old scene says:

    Yes, its a hypnotising photo! Sexy as hell.

    That’s what I love about the film, it perfectly captures the cultural shift from late-70s to early- 80s, post-Disco to New Wave, especially the soundtrack, with its mix of late-Disco, New Wave and Punk. Plus, its captured a long-lost geographical landscape forever.

    If you have any more photos to post, I can’t wait to see them 🙂 What a great blog, long live Time Square. God, it’d be great to see at the cinema…

  4. Look, if I had more photos like this, I’d never leave the shrine in my bedroom. Wait a minute…!
    I think the film crosses, or resides on, many different boundaries. I will of course be posting on my favourite soundtrack album ever, but rest assured I welcome reader submissions!
    And the next pin-up will be a Pammy. Just to be fair.

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