• Duane Bryers Pinups

    Artist Duane Bryers created the character of Hilda — the ginger-headed, plus size pinup seen in this gallery — as a reaction against the stereotypical thin pinup models of the 1950′s. Hilda became immediately popular and was a fixture on… [ read more ]

  • Tattooed Dolls by Marina Bychkova

    Artist Marina Bychkova likes to create dolls with incredibly life-like eyes and adorn them with tattoos. Naturally, we love her work and have gathered some of our favorites together in this gallery for your enjoyment. To see more of Bychkova’s… [ read more ]

  • Don Lewis Pinup Art

    Don Lewis took inspiration from the famous (or infamous) Playboy Bunnies when creating his pinup art. Here’s a gallery of some of our favorite paintings by the iconic artist.

  • Irina Davis Pinup Photography

    In her photography artist Irina Davis is trying to create a genre of Russian pinup art that never existed. When pinup art exploded in the United States in the years after World War II it was considered to be vulgar… [ read more ]

  • Elvgren Pinups

    American painter Gil Elvgren came to prominence in the 1940′s for painting beautiful pinup girls for a series of calendars. In addition to painting pinup girls Elvgren worked illustrating for magazines such as Good Housekeeping and The Saturday Evening Post through the 1970′s…. [ read more ]

  • Love Lock: Cycle of Violence

    One of the goals of art is to leave the observer with an impression that stays with them long after viewing the piece. The best pieces of art leave a similar impression on the artist and will often change them… [ read more ]

  • Inked Professionals: The Glass Blower

    For those of us that hear “blowing glass” and automatically think of something Jesse Pinkman would partake in on Breaking Bad, we are in for a big surprise. Erin Krehel, lead glass blower at Hot Sand in Asbury Park NJ,… [ read more ]


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