Classic Pinup Girls and Halloween, is there a better match out there? If you are a fan of classic pinup photography, nostalgic for the 1950s, love Hallloween or just like the cool black and white photos or beautiful Hollywood pinup girls of the 1950s, then you will like ths nice quick post. Filled with nothing but some of the best pinup girl photography, this small but sleek collection will be something that fans of classic Pinup will love.
Besides the beautiful 50s pinup girls in this post, the end of the post even gives you some links to a few more great looking posts with even more Halloween pinup pics. Can you ask for more than that?
Vargas Pinup Girls, also known as Varga Girls, have been around since the 1930s. Alberto Vargas was a painter who began his career working with movie production companies with his art and design. Soon enough Vargas began to move into glamour girl art.
Here is an example of an early Varga Girl art picture:
Gil Elvgren may be one of the best pinup artists of all time. He was really active from the 1940's-1960s, while also doing some pinup girl artwork up to the point not long before his death in 1980. This series is Just a sampling of some of the very best of Elvgren's artwork from the 1960s. From beautiful women doing auto repair to cute moments of gorgeous pinup girls on the telephone Elvgren always seems to managed to find ways to put beautiful women in positions where they are both sexy, cute and still maintain an air of innocence and a demure nature. This is part of what makes Elvgren artwork such a popular and trendsetting artwork even three decades after his death. Enjoy some of the great 1960s Elvgren artwork below the fold
Pinup as an art form has been around since the 1890s. Pinup girl pictures reached their heyday in the 1940s and exploded after that.
Compare that to Christmas. Sure, Christmas has been around as a religious observance for a very long time, and some parts of it as a pagan holiday for even longer than that.
But many of the modern views on Christmas began with the publication of A Visit From St. Nicolas (More commonly known as, "Twas the Night before Christmas" which, though older, is not THAT much older. (It was written in 1823).
The Modern commercial version of Christmas also experienced a boom starting post World War II. So in many ways as Christmas has grown up over the years to be the centerpiece holiday of the year for most Americans, so has pinup girl art grown to be one of the favorite truly American art forms.
This page is dedicated to a small sampling of some of the great pinup girl art that also happens to be dedicated to the centerpiece holiday of the year: Christmas. Enjoy the Christmas Pinup Girls Art and of course have a very Happy Holidays!