This Pinup Photo was added on Friday 25 November, 2016.
Thumbnail to the left is Watermarked.
- Featuring model Lynn - © Britt Dietz -
Airbrushed style pinup photo featuring newcomer Lynn in this revealing pinup! Key Hole 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 (for some reason) overly large medieval key 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. This particular pinup was inspired by Gil Elvgren's 1940 pinup titled "Peek-a-View."
Celebrating the golden age of pinups during the 1940s, these classic pinups have been carefully shot and finished to mimic the classic style made famous by artists such as George Petty and Alberto Vargas. Fun and often downright goofy, these pinups portray the girl next door and her adventures through the 1940s. Prints in many different sizes are available!