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I genuinely believe that it is an important part of our artistic heritage, at least as it pertains to fantasy art.
When Frank Frazetta painted the cover for 'Conan: The Barbarian' in 1966 he done something that nobody had ever done with the character before - he showed us an echo of a time that never existed.
For the first time ever Conan wasn't a Greek, or a Roman, he wasn't pulled from a museum or an illustrated history book, he wasn't inspired by some culturally well worn period of history that could be pointed to and understood in a cold cerebral way.
What Frazetta done was to create entirely new kind of iconography that we understood in a real guttural sense, it appealed to something deep and intrinsic and fantastic.
It was alien, and ancient and understandable. It was the birth of modern fantasy art.
The chainmail bikini that is often maligned was a logical and necessary step upon the evolutionary ladder that made fantasy art everything that it is today.
It is a piece of our visual lexicon, it might seem a little hackneyed or goofy today, but it is fun, and it is important, and it is a signpost.
A visual shorthand for a savage time that only exists in the deepest corners of our collective imagination.