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w did it all begin? The "art" of seduction...Pinup, glamour, and cheesecake as we generally think of it today began to gain popularity in the 1930's. It was a time when the image of a pretty girl flourished . Whether it was a painted calendar; advertisement; or the photo pinups of Rita, Betty or Esther that the G.I.'s adorned their footlockers with...the pinup was an American icon.

A lthough beautiful women had been portrayed in media for years by the likes of Armstrong, Christy and Gibson...It wasn't until Esquire magazine began printing George Petty's humorous one panel cartoons of out of this world girls being ogled, and propositioned by an unlikely suitor, that the die was struck, and America's fascination with pinups took off like a rocket.

C lassically trained illustrators like Petty, Rolf Armstrong, and Gil Evgren began creating some of the most memorable, technically exquisite "Americana" ever produced! Calendars; magazine covers; mutoscopes; and matchbooks (to name a few venues), became a personal view into the private lives of "the girl next door"...pinup continued to grow in popularity, and sophistication throughout the 1950's.

T were magazine articles featuring the country's favorite artists, who through their depictions of these enticing beauties, had become household names...Pinups were everyw! During WWII, in may cases they were a soldiers only link to their world back home. Movies were made about Pinup artists and models...and most actresses of the time were considered pinups first then actresses. Marilyn Monroe was Earl Morans' favorite model before and after she became a movie star! Numerous actresses throughout the last 75 years have posed for pinup and glamour artists.

H owever by 1960, the classic "painted" pinup was all but dead. Either the public was asking for more, or publishers became aware of what they could produce or sell. pinup became inappropriately lost within the "sea" of the sex industry. Paintings of attractive seductive women became increasingly more realistic, and explicit...Apparently in an attempt to compete with the photographs that were more an expression of the publics' fascination with nudity, than creativity or beauty.

W e have come full circle...pinup art is being re-discovered, and introduced to new generations of people around the world. Books and related images are being published about the great artists of the past...Original paintings are highly sought after, and commanding sale prices that reach into the ten of thousands of dollars! New artists, writers, and publishers are devoting their efforts to the pinup art of today. This wonderfully unique, and specialized "art form" hasn't received this much attention, or enjoyed as much popularity since it's heyday from the 30's to the 50's. Everything old, is new again.

Surf culture is the culture surrounding the sport of modern surfing . Originating early in the 20th century, its largest growth was during the 1950s and 1960s . It continues to evolve, spread, and grow to this day. The basis of surf culture involves primarily the love of surfing, the hunt for great waves, and life in and around the ocean, as well as a wide range of others ways in which surfing might affect parts of a devotee's life, including fashion, music preferences, literature, films, jargon , etc. In addition, localism or territorialism is often large part of surf culture. Today, surfers come from all walks of life and from nearly every coastline w waves break in the world, making them difficult to stereotype.

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If t is one fair generalisation concerning the sport, it is the fanatical enthusiasm of its devotees. The fickle nature of weather and the ocean , plus the great desire for the best possible types of waves for surfing, have always made surfers slaves to rapidly changing conditions. Surfing Magaz...

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