In 1970's, it was the Sylvers, the Osmonds, Leif Garrett and the Jackson 5. In the 1980's, it was Prince and Duran Duran, Motley Crue. The 90's, yes, the 90's, I had War, Prince & AbbeyRoad the Beatles and now I have Bob Rasta Marley!
Jim Morrison, when he was still alive! The Beatles before Abby road.
I remember having a Christian Slater poster at one point. I loved him as a teen, now I just can't see it. Leonardo Dicaprio, Brad Renfro, Spice Girls. I think I remember a Korn poster, they were huge when I was a teen.
Christian Slater used to be really cute. I'm not thinking he aged that well.
Tupac & John Lennon.
Some women in bikinis. I dont know their names
I am a teenager. A poster of the Watchmen character Rorschach, lol. I have more Watchmen ones, and am planning to put up many Simpsons posters, from all the comic books I have collected. Purely nerdy at heart, lol :D
Orlando Bloom as Legolas from 'The Lord of the Rings', some 'Buffy the Vampire Sla
The Who, John Lennon, and Pink Floyd
Back IN THE 70's I had a SLADE poster on my wall.
Ralph Macchio - actor from movies like The Outsiders and (famous) The Karate Kid.
It was a black light poster of STEPPENWOLF because I was born to be wild .
Farrah Fawcett in a bikini and another of 2 pigs boinking called "Makin' Bacon"
Bruce Lee, Rocky, Robocop, Jackie Chan, Indiana Jones, Spiderman. I loved my heroes.
I didn't, not of people, but had a couple of film posters and a curious poster-sized drawing of a family of rhinos.
I do have two fr
One was from a naturist magazine I think; a photo of a young woman in a cave in the Grand Canyon, back-lit by the sunlight from the entrance.
The other was a Services charity calendar shot of 4 nude girls in a machinery room on a warship, probably the preserved HMS Belfast by the look of the fittings. They are all posed tastefully, with their pose or an intervening ob
Andre agassi with all hair on his head
The Sex Pistols
Mick Jagger, Yes, Ibanez guitar catalogue, Chicago (it came with the record). There was more, I can't remember.
I have ibanez
At the time, Ibanez were cheap copies of the 'real' guitars. Then people started to realise the copies were often better than the Gibsons and Fenders. After that they started to make their own designs.