Pin-up art prints - associated with the image of a beautiful, coquettishly naked redhead, blonde or dark-haired girl in the style of American graphics of the mid-20th century. The popularity of the Pin-Up came in the 1930s, when charming cheerful redhead girls began to appear on the cover of the magazines in fluttering dresses in the wind, exposing their legs to unacceptable heights at the time, and the slyly smiling beauties allowing fallen dresses to strip beautiful shoulders. The idea of a painted beauty on the cover of the magazine was an incredible success. Images with the redhead girls began to be cut from magazines, pinned to the walls and the smiling drawing beauties got the nickname Pin-Up redhead girls (from “to pin to the wall”)
In the forties, art prints of redhead pin-up instantly sold out and flaunted everywhere: on soldiers' calendars and magazines, on the sides of aircraft and towers of tanks, on shell shells and walls.
Art Prints in the style of pin-up have in many ways become works of art, often depicting an idealized version of how a beautiful or attractive woman should look. Pin-up art prints reflect a certain spirit of the time, the ideal of beauty and the idea of a woman. Such famous film actresses as Marilyn Monroe, Claudia Cardinale, Brigitte Bardot became Pin-up Girls and art prints with their images in million copies were bought and attached to the doors of the cabinets.
The main feature of the redhead pin-up art print was a veiled hint, and eroticism appeared as if by accident: the skirt clung to the door handle and burst, buckled in the wind blouse. The redhead girls were always portrayed naturally, radiating a lively, joyful and carefree atmosphere. Pin-up art prints stylizes certain types of women: a charming child, a stubborn redhead girl, an innocent-sensual fool, a beautiful bride, a chic dancer, a vicious stripper. All the funny scenes played out in the familiar scenery of small American cities, the exact details of the background emphasized the "realism" of piquant situations.
Since the 50's it's been more than half a century, and the art print pin-up style still excites the imagination of modern designers. Pin-up became a reflection of American culture of the XX century. But even today, pin-up is fresh, fashionable, beautiful and sexy!
Pictures and art prints in the style of pin-up always attract attention be it in the cafe or your living room. This is not surprising, because in the center of the image is invariably a seductive girl. Redhead actress or model, she fascinates the spectator with her sweet coquetry.