More than a decade ago, I ran into a blog with an article about some dubious '“dirty” (in the tame, mid 20’th century sense) graphic artist who drew big & pointy-breasted women in ostensibly routine public settings (getting on a bus, crossing a street, and the like), with one rather odd additional feature.
These “erotic” illustrations showed these women suffering various peculiar undergarment failures – panties dropping off under skirts and that kind of ludicrous impossibilities, all of which clearly violated even the most basic laws of physics. This transformed these drawings from the sexy (which is what the artist obviously intended and considered them to be) into the silly. Out-and-out hilarious!
Does anyone know this (probably long-deceased) artist’s name? And perhaps links to a gallery of some of his “contributions”?
Frahm had either an endorsement deal with, or a thinly veiled vendetta against, the celery growers’ trade group.
I do guess we’d expect that regardless of elastic failure, to drop all the way down to the ankles like that the entirety of both legs would have to be straight down vertical, and they often clearly are not.