Pinup Art Kids Hoodies
Couldn't help but feel a connection between "Stranger Things" and a certain fan favorite classic NES game "Super Mario Bros. 2". Decided to make a nifty graphic mashup kinda homage type thing to slap on a shirt.. Or something.
Tags: art, vintage, super-smash-bros, retrogaming, videogames
Airbrushed style pinup photo featuring Christina in this playing card theme! Talk about having a great hand, it's almost as if Christina is jumping out of the card face! Is it lady luck? Is she real? Is she just a mirage? One thing is for sure, that's one lucky Ace!
Tags: pin-up, girl, woman, sexy, art
Airbrushed style pinup photo homage to the classic keyhole pinups featuring Kayla! Keyhole pinups were quite the fad in the 1940s and 1950s, often depicting a woman changing or being surprised by the sight of an eyeball looking through the large medieval style key holes. While highly improbably for this to actually work for someone, the pinups nonetheless were used all over in many men's magazines of the time.
Tags: pin-up, pin-up-art, underwear, pin-up-girl, lingerie
Propaganda Style Pinup Poster featuring Kelsey in this tribute to the Airborne Paratroopers of World War 2. The 82nd Airborne, along with the 101st and many other Airborne squadrons from many countries played a pivotal role in paving the way during D-Day (June 6, 1944). Thousands of Us Army men found themselves deep behind enemy lines as they were dropped the morning of the invasion, and as they gained more and more land they eventually linked up with the forces from the Normandy beachhead securing the way to the Nazi defeat.
Tags: paratroopers, army, 82nd-airborne, paratrooper-uniform, world-war-2
Airbrushed style pinup photo featuring Brittany in a tribute to the Army Air Force during World War 2. Calling on the classic Vargas style pinup that would often adorn nose of Fighters/Bombers or the backs of bomber jackets during World War 2. This particular WW2 Pinup Art represents the US Army Air Forces with Brittany in a fictional Nose Art scheme that could have been painted on a B-17, B-24, or early B-29 with the two toned colors before the aircraft switched to all aluminum finishes. Nose Art and Jacket Art were often very colorful and not only represented the aircraft the person was assigned to, but also what squadron or overall group the person was with.
Tags: pinups, pin-up-art, fuselage, airplane, sexy