This Pinup Photo was added on Friday 09 June, 2017.
Thumbnail to the left is Watermarked.
"Keyhole Cutie in 3D"
- Featuring model Kayla - © Britt Dietz -
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 (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. Here Kayla has just spotted an onlooker as she changes out of her undergarments in 1948!
INCLUDES 3D GLASSES!
While 3D films had been around since the 1890s, it wasn't until the 1950s that the term 3D was created and exploded into movies, newspapers, and comic books giving the classic red and cyan anaglyph its cult status. These pinups celebrate the classic 3D pulp pinups of the 1950s with digitally modifications to pinups to create the 3D looks. Please note, you MUST have red/cyan anaglyph 3D glasses to view these correctly, which are included with every print/poster purchase. Prints are available in many different sizes!