Ginny Di is cosplaying Harry Potter characters to give a tribute to the pin-up art of Gil Elvgren. Now that’s quite a mashup and combo. You can see more on her Facebook page, or buy the entire pin up collection on her website.
Illustrator Stephen Langmead has created a set of female superhero pinups, based on the classic pinup style, and the appearance of these superheroines in comic books. Staying true to the vintage pinup appeal, the artist has used the appearance and costume of the characters from their first appearance, and added makeup and a bit of style that suits vintage pinups.
Inspired by classic retro pin-ups, photographer Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz mixed the traditional style with modern high-speed photography to create Milky PinUps. These modern shots imitate the look and feel of the classics, with the difference that the models are “wearing” milk rather than clothes. For those interested in the process, Wieczorkiewicz is offering workshops later this year in Switzerland and Australia. The pinups calender will be available in November this year.
Star Wars themed pinup style illustrations by Dominic-Marco converted well known male characters into cute females, and then gave them the pinup touch. Are dudes supposed to find Boba Fett hot?
We’d wager Disney Princesses have seen more mashups and art-style variations in recent memory than any other franchise or group. This time around, we get to see the princesses in the style of famous artist Alphonse Mucha. These illustrations are the work of artist Hannah-Alexander. Prints available on Society6.
Popular ladies in gaming and comics hardly ever get to wear any clothes. Las Vegas based Canadian comic book artist Jamie Tyndall apparently developed the concept to give several female characters a pinup makeover. So here they are, making seductive poses, armed to the teeth and wearing little clothes. This set has Wonder Woman, and a generous serving of Zenescope Covers for Grimm Fairy Tales, Myths and Legend and Call of Wonderland Series.