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Bluebird Adds Ink to Classic Bathing Beauties

By: Going Like Sixty - Published: Dec 30, 2008   Updated: May 4 2011 • References: bluebirdstudios
A Pin Up girl does not have tattoos. Tats are for the Calendar girls and yes, there is a difference. Bluebird Studios had some fun adding their interpretations of ink for some classic pin up girls. Rebecca Trawick created these lovelies and then added the tats as she visualized they might appear. I love the laundry list of past boyfriends:

Implications - Western culture has used and embraced the female body in everything from advertising to art. Different groups of females have been established throughout history including the featured "pin-up" girls who have been used for many purposes. This article shows how many consumers are applying female perceptions of the past to comment on the future. Businesses that can embrace the past while moving forward will generate interest from curious consumers.