Monday, December 22, 2008

Happy Holidays, Glam Girls!


Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Joyous Kwanzaa and a nice winter solstice. Whichever holiday you celebrate this week, I hope your time is filled with family, friends, and love.

Here is a Christmas Pin-Up Cavalcade for your enjoyment:


Cover of Snappy Stories, 1920s
Artist: Enoch Bolles



Cover of Film Fun, Jan 1928
Artist: Enoch Bolles



Cover of Film Fun, Jan 1929
Artist: Enoch Bolles



Cover of Film Fun, Jan 1930
Artist: Enoch Bolles



Cover of Film Fun, Jan 1931
Artist: Enoch Bolles



Cover of Film Fun, Jan 1937
Artist: Enoch Bolles





"Personally, I'm willing to close my eyes to
Reverend Thornton's methods — after all,
the basket fund has already doubled last
year's record."
Cartoon in Esquire, 1939
Artist: E Simms Campbell




Cover of Film Fun, Jan 1940
Artist: Enoch Bolles



Artist: Al Buell (1948?)



Artist: Alberto Vargas



December 1945 Esquire Calendar page
Artist: Alberto Vargas



Artist: Alberto Vargas



Artist: Gil Elvgren, 1950



Artist: Gil Elvgren, 1955


 

6 comments:

June said...

Love the pictures! One of them is gonna be my phone's wallpaper for christmas. Thanks. Muah :)
Happy Holidays!

Victoria said...

Lovely! Very awesome pictures!


xoxo
Victoria

FrigidBardot said...

Lovely cheesecake pin ups!
Happy Festive Good Wishes from France to everyone especially you Big Chief G.G.!

Lydia said...

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to YOU! I hope that "Santa" brings all that you hope for!!
And I LOVE the pin-ups!

Kaitlin said...

The Pin-ups are great. Hope you have a Merry Christmas and a Happy Holiday G.G.!

Right now we are having an Ice Storm and many people are with out power still. I am talking like 40,000 people. And some still wont have power for christmas. This was what happened after the Ice Storm we had on Friday. The power went out in my house for 8 hours and we havent lost it again. And hopefully we dont. Anywho I babble too much. MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY HOLIDAYS EVERYONE!

JMS said...

Loving the pictures! The 1939 one is perfection!