In Design Era, Pin Ups are first used as “pinned-up” on a wall and taken from magazines or newspapers daily ads. Some use as postcards like seasonal greetings or Chromo-lithographs. These Pinups are used as calenders as well.
First for new users who do not know the name “Pin-ups”, The glamor models, fashion models are viewed in different perspective. As a pop culture these trending from 1890’s. The Posters of Pin-Ups are very famous and then mass-produced which become instant hit.
The Pin-ups were artwork depicting idealized versions of what some thought a particularly beautiful or attractive woman should look like. An example was the Gibson girl, a representation of the New Woman drawn by Charles Dana Gibson. Among the other well-known artists specializing in the field were Earle K. Bergey, Enoch Bolles, Gil Elvgren, George Petty, Rolf Armstrong and Art Frahm. Notable contemporary pin-up artists include Elias Chatzoudis, Armando Huerta, and Chuck Bauman. Another is popular pin-up artist Olivia De Berardinis who is most famous for her pin-up art of Bettie Page
Exotic Pin-Ups Collections
These Pin-Ups are Created and featured as inspiration of Daniel Oldenburg works. A Freelance Illustrator and you can see the amazing skills by the work crafted very nicely.
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