This Coffee Table Book is filled with 30 Pin Up Magazine covers from the early 1950's from magazines such as Film Fun, Snappy Stories, Silk Stocking Stories, Flirt, Judge, Wink, Titter, Breezy, Yank, Gay Book and Gay Parisienne Magazines. Check out the companion coloring book to fashion and design your own version of these amazing models. The full color pages are 8.5" x 11", one sided and have a nice black border to allow framing. All four cover images are in this edition. This book is suitable for intermediate colorists. In the late 19th century, pin-up girls became the norm in advertising. These burlesque girls and women became sex symbols and quickly appeared in modern men's magazines all over the world. They entertained soldiers in World War 1 and 2. The magazines found their way under beds and stashed in closets and cubby holes of countless men and women. The feminism movement claimed they destroyed women's morality. The Gibson Girls, Vargas Girls, Petty Girls and countless others were seen by men as being an inspiration. Well known artists such as Earle K. Bergey, Enoch Bolles, Gil Elvgren, George Petty, Rolf Armstrong, Duane Bryers, Peter Driben, Olivia De Beradinis and Art Frahm to mention a few were made famous with their art and talent. Today, these images and magazine covers are just as inspiring. While our world has grown in so many ways sexually, these girls are forever ageless, classy, beautiful, clean, healthy and wholesome.