Robyn heard me when I was on 102.5 The Bone in Tampa talking about my pin ups.
She decided she wanted one for herself so she commissioned this color pencil. Her bedroom is in pink, black and white so she asked if she could have a pink background instead of the antique wash. She was so excited once she saw it start to come to life she said, “Two years ago I got out of a bad relationship. This pin up has given me a boost of confidence to get back out there, you know what I mean?” That’s what pin up portraits are all about, making you (or the woman you love) feel empowered and beautiful.
Sunless tanner Lavishly Tan commissioned me to create their Lavishly Tan girl, which will be used on business cards, their Facebook page, etc. Pin up girls are a great idea to use in your business logo They will not only add character to your brand but are an image that is hard to forget! This is color pencil, btw.
This is Janet’s second pin up portrait (click/tap to see her Sexy Cop pin up). She is also the first to commission a pin up portrait on a black background, which really pops! I’m hoping to do a lot more of these. I love the look!
Annie is the morning show producer for 95.5 WPLJ in New York so I incorporated a vintage radio into her pin up. The musical notes are playing “East coast girls are hip…” from California Girls by the Beach Boys.
Mari commissioned this color pencil pin up as a gift for her husband. He collects pin up art so she thought this would be the perfect gift! This was inspired by the popular Elvgren pin up “Sheer Comfort.”
April commissioned this color pencil pin up as a gift for her husband. He’s a big fan of Liverpool Football (soccer to us yanks) so I put her in the uniform. Nice abs, huh?