Hugh Hefner, the original Mr. Playboy, created a culture of his own long ago. As the founder of Playboy men’s lifestyle magazine, Hefner introduced a world where sex, culture, and beautiful women were prevalent and he branded it all under the very famous Playboy bunny symbol.


Playboy was a magazine created for men, and while it is sexual in nature, the magazine was also known for it's in-depth articles dealing with everything from social issues to pop culture.


Aside from the magazine, the Playboy Mansion was another staple of the Playboy brand. Hefner seemed to eat, sleep, and breathe all things Playboy related.

Hugh Hefner’s life was an interesting one, and although he recently died in the Playboy Mansion at age 91, he lived a life many people will only ever dream about.

According to reports, Hefner died of “natural causes”.