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Dizzying Intellect » All Over Submarines, They Think She’s So Serene.

All Over Submarines, They Think She’s So Serene.

I’m obviously a big fan of the pin-up genre. Readers of my old site may recall that I almost always had one in the design. So here’s a link dump of some of the articles I’ve collected and haven’t done anything with…

California Woman Raises Troop Morale, Funds With ‘Pin-Ups for Vets’ Calendar

Pin-up art — a morale-booster for troops fighting overseas during World War II — is making a comeback, or will be if a California woman has anything to say about it.

Gina Elise, 26, is bringing retro back with her third annual “Pin-Ups for Vets” calendar, which features herself in costumes and poses that were popular among America’s fighting men in the 1940s. Profits from the sales of the calendars provide assistance to U.S. military hospitals.

I think this would have been more interesting if she’s used more models than just herself. But then, maybe she doesn’t have any hot friends. Whatever. It’s still pretty cool, er hot, and supports a good cause. And she’s about as cute as a freaking button. Here’s the Official site.

On the higher budget end of the spectrum, Vanity Fair introduces some popular actresses to the medium. Few have ever seen the real thing, apparently, because most of the pictures have nothing subtle or fun about them at all — but there are a few really great ones. Mila Kunis, Leslie Mann, and Kristen Stewart are among my favorites. Isla Fisher is so perfect that she almost doesn’t look like a real person. And holy cow! Summer Glau! Smiling!

And finally, Pinups for Pups, featuring adorable, secretly smart girl Sugar, from Survivor Gabon. I can’t find an official site for her, which is just plain silly.

1 Comment

  • By Matt, March 9, 2009 @ 10:07 am

    I’m torn between Alice Braga and Kelly Macdonald. I’d hate to disappoint either of them.

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