It was a second film loop, with a close-up of a nuzzling couple followed by a short peck on the lips "the mysteries of the kiss revealed". One film demonstrates how early pornographic conventions were established. The Playboy girl has no lace, no underwear, she is naked, well washed with soap and water, and she is happy. Fashion designers participated in the Rock the Rabbit event by designing T-shirts inspired by Playboy's rabbit head logo for each band. In the second half of the 20th century, pornography evolved into the men's magazines such as Playboy and Modern Man of the s. Magazines for the gay community flourished, the most notable and one of the first being Physique Pictorial, started in by Bob Mizer when his attempt to sell the services of male models; however, Athletic Model Guild photographs of them failed. In particular Leda and the Swan , where the god appeared as a swan and seduced the woman, was depicted very explicitly; it seems that this—rather strangely—was considered more acceptable because he appeared as a bird. Although the plate has been used until worn out, then re-engraved and heavily used again, none of the contemporary impressions printed, which probably ran into the hundreds, have survived. In fact, the beginning of the modern men's glossy magazine or girlie magazine can be traced to the purchase by Hugh Hefner of a photograph of Marilyn Monroe to use as the centerfold of his new magazine Playboy. The technology change happened quickly and completely when directors realised that continuing to shoot on film was no longer a profitable option. On the continent, such films were more explicit. Romano did not know of the engravings until Pietro Aretino came to see the original paintings while Romano was still working on them. She is never sophisticated, a girl you cannot really have. Prints became very popular in Europe from the middle of the fifteenth century, and because of their compact nature, were very suitable for erotic depictions that did not need to be permanently on display. Women looked indirectly at the camera, as if they were going about their private idylls. At this time, it also became popular to depict nude photographs of women of exotic ethnicities, under the umbrella of science. It consists of an illustrated dialogue between two women, a year-old and her more worldly cousin, and their explicit discussions about sex.