It was brilliant news when robots started to take all the boring factory jobs in the 80s.
By adding eight red pixels (lipstick and a bow) to Pac-Man's snapping yellow circle, the first digital feminist icon was born.
Do you remember those brilliant nostalgic adverts where they reminded you to eat cornflakes like you did when you were a child?
Androgynous pop chameleon David Bowie hit an all-time high with his lacy clown look in the early 80s.
Today practically everybody has got tattoos, but back in the 80s' Golden Age of Inking it was far more individual - an exclusive scene mostly made up of pirates and ladies in circus sideshows.