Pin-up girls are models with widely distributed, mass produced photo spreads, usually on both sides of the page, that soldiers, teenagers, and many others would display by "pinning" them up on the wall. The term was coined in and became very popular throughout the 40s and beyond. These pin-up girls were beautiful and sexy, and this list has the hottest of the s pin-up girls, with pictures. These pin-ups were printed in magazines, newspapers, post cards, lithographs, and some girls even got their own posters. The style, usually a beautiful woman on her back or bent over with a coy look on her face, beckoning at the viewer, became so popular, artists began to do their own renderings and pin-up artists were born. The beautiful pin-up girls of the 40s still inspire pin-up artists of today. In the s, pin-up style photography really took off. Vote up the hottest pin-up models from the s below and see where the vintage hotties you think are the most beautiful rank. Take a look at these pin up girls pictures and vote for your favorite. These sexy pin up girls from the 40s won't disappoint!
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Technically speaking, a pin-up girl is a girl that men would usually buy a poster of up and pin to their wall or bunk. Historically, they were of famous celebrities, and they came to fame during World War II when soldiers would have posters of the pin-up girls. Nowadays, pin-up girls have evolved into a bit more of a vague style, but they still consist of sexy girls in poses for posters than most guys would pin up. Via: Shannon Brooke Imagery — Want your sexy shots featured in our future posts? This was aweful. Mostly because the article title is a lie. None of the actual pinups that inspired A LOT of the photos in the series. No Bettie Page. No Vargas.