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Jemma set up The Pin-Ups four years ago while studying dance at university.
The sexiest pin-up of WWII was Jane Russell, whose 38-inch bust was shamelessly exploited by Howard Hughes to publicize his movie The Outlaw, in which she played Rio in an otherwise unremarkable remake of the legend of Billy the Kid.
Gallery director Kevin Dean thought the time was right for an examination of the place of pin-up art in the high-low culture spectrum, particularly in these post- feminist times.
For those really into the pin-up scene, Collector's Press has produced a companion series to Vintage Illustration, called Vignettes, consisting of four editions: Rolf Armstrong, The Dream Girls; Gil Elvgren, The Wartime Pin-ups; Alberto Vargas, The Esquire Years; and Billy DeVorss, The Classic Pin-up.
Military units have put in requests for the pin-up calendars, and Elise needs to find donors to meet those requests.
Bernard of Hollywood's(TM) Pin-Ups carries a suggested retail price of $24.
A COMPLETE set of pin-up playing cards from the 50s will cost you somewhere between pounds 30-pounds 140.
Other nerd pin-ups are Teri Hatcher, who plays Lois Lane in the New Adventures of Superman, and flame- haired Gillian Anderson, better known as Scully from the X-Files.
What a treat to play in the world of the beautiful pin-up fantasy," he added.
Prison chiefs are also understood to be keen to order the removal of topless photos of lads' mags pin-ups such as Lucy Pinder, Danielle Lloyd and Jordan.
Pin-Up opens on Tuesday and its run has already been extended until next week.