Back in 1987-ish, someone took the cover of a swimsuit magazine featuring a model by the name of Donna Stokes and scanned it into their Amiga.
I first discovered this file on a disk back in 2019. It has the innocuous name of "girl.pic" amidst a few other images including crude (but sophisticated for the time) 3D raytraced renders.
After a fair amount of Googling, someone uncovered (cough) the original photo and posted it to imgur.
I believe this is the actual issue the image was featured in 1987.
More to the point, can you imagine - back in 1987 - seeing an image of this quality, depth and resolution on a home computer? It's easy to forget, but this wouldn't have even made sense to the few folks who were lucky enough to see it. Most people would have thought it to be a "Hollywood trick" of some sort, no doubt.
Take yourself back to 1987, if you were on this planet back then, and remind yourself where you were or what you were doing. The HAM images the earliest Amiga could support still impress me to this very day. The PC's 16 color EGA vs Amiga's 4096 on the screen at one time? It was like a caveman looking at a modern glossy swimsuit magazine, and thinking those women must be trapped in the paper.