Soviet Union Pin-Up by Natalia Ershova

Soviet Union Pin-Up by Natalia Ershova

Impressive series of Pin-Up Illustrations by the Russian Natalia Ershova that portrait life in Soviet Union. “Pin-Up appeared at the beginning of the last century. At the time for calendars or advertising used images of the beautiful, often half-naked, girls in risque style. The term “pin up” means a pin, and the name is due to long-distance drivers who were wrapping up their trucks with charming girls.”

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