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Yugoslavian Computer Magazine Caught Eyes Back In 80s By Featuring Half-Naked Women

Published 5 months ago

The 80s were a different time – flashy clothing, outrageous haircuts, and obsession with the future was all the rage. Naturally, that led to some interesting advertising choices – and even computer magazines weren’t spared.

Računari, translating to “computers” from Bosnian, was a Yugoslavian computer magazine in the 80s and early 90s. They needed something to catch the eye of the computer-savvy people of the time so they came up with a genius idea. They combined computer tech with beautiful women and had the covers looking more like Eastern Bloc Playboy’s rather than complicated tech magazines. Check out the covers for yourself in the gallery below!

h/t: Flashbak

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