Danni Shinya Luo

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Danni Shinya Luo - Great Pin Up Watercolor Arts
watercolor pin up girl

Tomer Hanuka

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Tomer Hanuka illustration
Tomer Hanuka is an illustrator and a cartoonist based in New York City. He works on a range of projects for magazines, book publishers, ad agencies and film studios. His Clients include The New Yorker, D.C comics, Nike and Microsoft.

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Jean-Gabriel Domergue

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Jean-Gabriel Domergue (1889-1962) - Vintage French Pin Up Girls

Vintage French Pin Up Girls

New Pin Up Girls by Cory Mendenhall

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Cory Mendenhall - Illustrator from California
Pin Up Girls by Cory Mendenhall

1 September by mkure_83

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girl illustration
Artist: mkure_83

Mike DeBalfo

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Mike DeBalfo - Comic Artist
comic girl
Mike DeBalfo broke into the industry doing covers for Zenescope Entertainment in 2009 and shortly after became the company's fist ever signed exclusive artist tackling covers for the companies most popular titles including Grimm Fairy Tales, Escape From Wonderland, and Neverland. Since then he has expanded to other companies such as Jay Company and Big Dog Ink (Penny For Your Soul).

Joey Mason

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Joey Mason - Illustrator/ Storyboarder/ Concept Artist in Los Angeles and currently work for Warner Brothers Animation
Joey Mason

Katie Cook

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Katie Cook - Cartoon and Comic Illustrator
Jessica Rabbit

Jean-Baptiste Andreae (vebrox)

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Jean-Baptiste Andreae - french comic book artist and illustrator, working with traditional media (mainly: acrylic ink and painting.
Beside drawing comics, Jean love to draw girls and pin-ups
Jean-Baptiste Andreae (vebrox)

Philippe Ramsay Gaudreau

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Philippe Ramsay Gaudreau (Darky72) - Illustrator, cartoon girls art

Darky72

lovelyzitalee

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lovelyzitalee - modern pin up illustrations

modern pin up girl

Maly Siri

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Maly Siri - Canadian Illustrator-Comics Designer, Amazing Pin up Sketches
Maly Siri
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Pierre-Laurent Brenot

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Pierre Brenot - Father of the French Pin Up
french pin up girl
Born in Paris in 1913, Pierre Brenot studied design, and as early as 1930 began working as a stylist for "A La Mode", one of the most prestigious tailors in all of France. For over ten years Brenot drew women and their clothing designs for A La Mode and with the liberation after WWI, he began drawing the women that would bring him fame and fortune. American GIs had brought the 'Pin Up' to Europe and Brenot began to create the French version.