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Pin Ups
Here is a very visually pleasing book on pin up art.  Click on the image below to find the best deal on this collectable.
A must have for any pin up art collector.
Bunny Yeager was a beautiful model; who became a famous pin up photographer.  She was a pivotal person in the career of Betty Page. Here is a wonderful book highlighting her work.
This is a  stunning collectable on Pin Up history and art.  Click on the image to make a purchase.  You'll  be glad you did!
Fun collectable Pin Up cards.
Offered for sale is a vintage original 1940s pin up print. A wonderful classic cheesecake entanglement featuring a radiant redhead beauty giving her pup a bath titled "Pay Off" by Art Frahm.Measures 7 1/4" X 9 1/4" 100% guaranteed vintage and original as always from Grapefruit Moon Gallery. 
U.S. WW2 Vintage Metal Sign: 1943 Harley-Davidson PinupU.S. WW2 Vintage Metal Sign: 1943 Harley-Davidson Pinup
Click HERE to read an article on Pin Ups from pinupmuseum.com.
The Pin Up phenomenon began in the late 1800's.  Burlesque performers, actresses and models created photo cards of themselves to promote their image. Photo and painted pin ups quickly became popular.  These images were found in magazines, posters and calendars.  Some of the artists that created these images became more famous than the models themselves.  The peak popularity of the pin up phenomenon was probably during WWII.   Eventually movies were made featuring pin ups; including of course, Marilyn Monroe. 
Click HERE for another visually beautiful and information packed article from the huffington post.
For pin up inspired fashion that you can wear every day or for a special occasions click HERE.   If you are interested in pin up makeup please click HERE.  For hair ideas go HERE.
Wings of Angels
A beautifully presented, two-volume collection, uniquely chronicling the story and history of the most recognizable aircraft of World War II and the pinup girls whose images graced these legendary warbirds. Flying into combat with our boys, inspiring and providing our U.S. soldiers with sweetly seductive reminders of home, these pinups are a reminder of the All American good life GIs were fighting for.