Category Archives: pin-ups

Mark Velasquez

The American photographer Mark Velasquez has a fabulous portfolio. His pictures goes from portraits people from California to Costa Rica documented while going about their daily lives to eccentric, stepping outside the accepted norm of what constitutes beauty, high fashion, … Continue reading

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The pin-up side of Hayden Panettiere

I’m a fan of Heroes, however, I don’t follow the activities of the actors – gossip and entertainment blogs aren’t my cup of tea. The beautiful picture of Hayden Panettiere for Vanity Fair was found while I was searching for … Continue reading

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Go-go Amy

Go-go Amy is the “merchandise” site of the pin-up model and burlesque star Amy, I guess. She is “now out on the road with The Brothers Grim Sideshow doing burlesque on the OZZFest Tour.” While she is away take a … Continue reading

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The Sexy Side of PEZ

The image of PEZ to me is related to something cheerful, funny, almost puerile. I’m glad someone removed those images from my mind, surprising me with The Sexy Side of PEZ. This side of PEZ uses sex to sell it … Continue reading

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Irina Davis

The gorgeous pin-up above is part of one of the projects of the Russian photographer Irina Davis. The cheerful American pin-ups of 1950’s were considered politically incorrect, decadent and flat-out immoral She explain in her own words this project: By … Continue reading

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Eldon Dedini’s Satyrs and Nymphs

Eldon Dedini was an American cartoonist best known for his works to magazines as The New Yorker, Esquire and Playboy. But early in his career, he was an editorial cartoonist for local newspapers, and a story man for Walt Disney. … Continue reading

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The Science Fiction Art of H. W. McCauley

It’s very easy win a link from Bibi’s box: you just need to post pretty images of pin-ups. I won’t be able to resist. I noticed my weakness some minutes ago, while I was having a very interesting conversation with … Continue reading

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John Held Jr.

The American illustrator John Held Jr. is most known his several works for cover of magazines like Judge, College Humor and Life. In addition to his archetypical flapper illustrations, during the same time Held also did cartoons in a 19th … Continue reading

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Viva Van Story

Through the magical lens of the photographer Viva Van Story, the old golden times of pin-ups images still alive. Her timeless bright images show us a burlesque universe of naughty and sexy women. Her nostalgic cheerful pictures with vibrating colours … Continue reading

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Fifi and Bibi Poubelle

The twins Vera and Barbara Duffy, aka “Gemelas Poubelles”, aka “Les Maids Mecontentes”, and most known as Fifi and Bibi Poubelle are burlesque performers and luchardoras. They starred a series of pictures as French maids, luchadoras, in the dream land … Continue reading

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