Pin-up girls have been around since the 1890s but mainly known from the 1940s where many models, actresses and fashion models posed for magazines, newspapers and posters that helped those serving in World War II.

This round up showcases the modern take of pin-up girl using such illustrative tools  as Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator







What Is A Pin-up?

The term pin-up may also refer to drawings, paintings, and other illustrations done in emulation of these photos (see the list of pinup artists). The term was first attested to in English in 1941;[1] however, the practice is documented back at least to the 1890s…. – Wikipedia

Please note that clicking on the illustration pbelow will take you to the full sized version and will also give you the opportunity to visit the artistss full portfolio.

Six by burncomics

Six by burncomics

Breathe by wakkawa

Breathe by wakkawa

Martian pinup, ImagineFX cover by henning

Martian pinup, ImagineFX cover by henning

Spellbound III by fantasio

Spellbound III by fantasio

Alien Tako Sashimi by PapaNinja

Alien Tako Sashimi by PapaNinja

Pin-up by Camino-0

Pin-up by Camino-0

Chocolate by PapaNinja

Chocolate by PapaNinja

PolkaDot by Mr–Jack

PolkaDot by Mr--Jack

Sanra by achibner

Sanra by achibner

Charlotte by kerembeyit

Charlotte by kerembeyit

Pin-up fairy by ftourini

Pin-up fairy by ftourini

Vanessa Lake by robotnicc

Vanessa Lake by robotnicc

Victorian Pin Up by UndineCG

Victorian Pin Up by UndineCG

Pin up by Pintureiro

Pin up by Pintureiro

pin-up memory by J-Estacado

pin-up memory by J-Estacado

Pin up – OldenGirl by daniel-oldenburg

Pin up - OldenGirl by daniel-oldenburg

The amazon archer. pin-up by cucujo

The amazon archer. pin-up by cucujo

Pin-up Girl by Novembermeisje

Pin-up Girl by Novembermeisje