The Glamorous Pin-up Art of Bill Ward

As you’ve probably noticed, most Friday features here on The Lingerie Addict are dedicated to photography.  But every once in awhile, I like to change it up my highlighting artists of a different sort.  In the past year or so, I’ve featured modern favorites like Neryl, Amano Jyaku, and Caitlin Shearer, but today I’m going wayyy back and paying tribute to the grandaddy of glamorous pin-ups, Bill Ward.

If you like what you see here, then check out the book, The Glamour Girls of Bill Ward.  As always, I’d love to hear what your favorite image is in the comments!

13 Comments

  1. Ludovic
    15/10/10 at 5:29

    My favorite is number 2. It features everything: stockings, nice panties and a bra with the intended shape for the era portrayed.

  2. cervin
    15/10/10 at 5:42

    J'adore…Et je les aime toutes ;)

    Merci

  3. sexylegsandbody
    15/10/10 at 5:46

    All very cute… thanks for taking the time to share.

    Have a lovely weekend.

    Colin.

  4. Ms Charla Sheer
    15/10/10 at 12:39

    I love them all – it's a must have volume! My fave is the mink stole stripper, so glam – so naughty!

  5. Kayla @ TheEclecticElement
    15/10/10 at 17:00

    They're all gorgeous!

  6. naomemandeflores
    15/10/10 at 19:57

    So cool, I love them!

    Camila F.

  7. frankufotos Lingerie
    17/10/10 at 2:11

    I'm undecided on a favorite, but how could any fan of either lingerie, burlesque or both *not* like these?

  8. Happy pet
    17/10/10 at 15:31

    Love them all Treacle but if forced to decide then probably the last one is my fave.

    p
    x

  9. melina bee
    17/10/10 at 16:51

    beautiful, my favorite are the two women at their vanities. melina bee

  10. Isis Diaz
    18/10/10 at 13:25

    I love all of them!

  11. greta
    22/02/13 at 8:41

    I love them all! adorable. Have you ever considered doing African American Pinup Girls aka the Harlem Renaissance/cotton club theme? I was looking for something like that for my bath and body line. I also wanted to know if I could feature some of your drawings on my site giving credit to you off course. I’ve always loved this retro era. Thanks.

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