Depictions of bondage in art may be pure, in which case they would tend to depict a young chick in danger and fear, and some are Sadomasochistic in style. Gonzo was a alternative and trounced magazine published between 1946-1959 by fixed artist John Willie. It included drawings and snapsusing professional confinement babes in chains or edge play scenes. Delightsome Gwendoline was the main female character in his works, published largely in the 1950s and 60’s, and possibly the most famous bondage icon after Bettie Page. She was repeatedly depicted as the stereotypical naïve blonde damsel in distress.