In Europe, prior to the First World War, were the likes of Fernande Barrey (aka "Miss Fernande"), arguably the world's first pinup as is known in the modern sense. Click to subscribe for more WWII videos! http://bit.ly/WWIISubscribe America Goes to War now on Amazon! http://bit.ly/AmericaGoesToWar Miss Barrey displayed ample cleavage and full frontal nudity. Her pictures were cherished by soldiers on both sides of the First World War conflict. Worldwide digital video distribution by Janson Media http://www.janson.com Other pin-ups were artwork depicting idealized versions of what some thought a particularly beautiful or attractive woman should look like. An early example of the latter type was the Gibson girl, a representation of the New Woman drawn by Charles Dana Gibson. "Because the New Woman was symbolic of her new ideas about her sex, it was inevitable that she would also come to symbolize new ideas about sexuality." Unlike the photographed actresses and dancers generations earlier, fantasy gave artists the freedom to draw women in many different ways. The 1932 Esquire "men's" magazine featured many drawings and "girlie" cartoons but was most famous for its Vargas girls. Prior to WWII they were praised for their beauty and less focus was on their sexuality. However, during the war, the drawings transformed into women playing dress-up in military drag and drawn in seductive manners, like that of a child playing with a doll. The Vargas girls became so popular that from 1942–46, owing to a high volume of military demand, "9 million copies of the magazine-without adverts and free of charge was sent to American troops stationed overseas and in domestic bases." The Vargas Girls were adapted as nose art on many World War II bomber and fighter aircraft; Generally, they were considered inspiring, and not seen negatively, or as prostitutes, but mostly as inspiring female patriots that were helpful for good luck.
Views: 39283 The Second World War
Travel back in time with visionary photographer Christian Kieffer as he explains the origin of nose art and the golden age of pinup girls. Then get insight into what it's like to be a pinup girl from model Meredith Branham. After that hop aboard the WWII fighter plane "Precious Metal" with pilot Thom Richard as he explains how these planes have been preserved and converted into racers over the years. Edited by Narottama Panitz of Reflective Media LLC.
Views: 12044 Narottama Panitz
More than likely you won't see these WWII planes and their wonderful 'nose art' anymore unless you take in a museum or attend an air show. Once the pride of the military and absolutely crucial to the victory of WWII, today these planes have been relegated to government graveyards, museums, and clubs. Although frowned upon by today's military, during WWII almost all bombers sported some sort of nose art. Nude or partially nude or at the very least very sexy females were the favorite topic although some just featured a name or an occasional animal or cartoon. All were interesting and really make the viewer proud of the men who served! Nose art served several purposes: It gave the crew and the plane a specific identification and individuality, it helped the crew develop a sense of pride and belonging and it also boosted morale. If some member of the crew was especially talented, he did the painting but there were also men who specialized in designing and hand painting these lovely ladies. Notice that several of the pictures are almost exactly copied from the artwork of Alberto Vargas who was exceptionally popular during the War and drew many beautiful pinup girls (please see my 2 Vargas art Calendar Girl slide shows for more on Vargas and samples of his work). Thank you for watching this slide show. Please leave a comment if you enjoyed and be sure to recommend my shows to your friends! As usual, I hold no copyright to pictures or music used in this show. Be well! Nina
Views: 17258 NiNaWavs2U
Top 10 Famous Pinup Girls Posters America's entrance into World War II back in 1941 triggered the golden age of pinups, pictures of smiling women in a range of clothing-challenged situations. The racy photos adorned lonely servicemen's lockers, the walls of barracks, and even the sides of planes. For the first time in its history, the US military unofficially sanctioned this kind of art: pinup pictures, magazines and calendars were shipped and distributed among the troops, often at government expense, in order to 'raise morale' and remind the young men what they were fighting for. Text version: http://www.toptenz.net/top-10-famous-pinups.php Coming up: 10. Rita Hayworth 9. Ava Gardner 8. Bomber Girls 7. Elvgren Girls 6. Veronica Lake 5. Zoe Mozert 4. Jane Russell 3. Vargas Girls 2. Bettie Page 1. Betty Grable Source/Other reading:
Views: 79971 TopTenz
Behind the scenes of the Warbird Pinup Girls annual calendar production over the last years featuring photographer Christian Kieffer and the Warbird Pinup Girls crew, aircraft and girls.
Views: 50633 WarbirdPinupGirls
Graham takes part in the annual watch fair presented by Malaysia partner Swiss Watch Gallery. https://bit.ly/2mtfZbn
Views: 213 GRAHAM Watchmakers
Tai Wun On is Greg's second WWII warbird nose art painting. She is on a 1945 Bearcat nose. She was done for a collector in Texas and was completed Fall 2010. Greg loves painting on planes. Although he was very young at the end of WWII his early years were very much affected by the aftermath of the war. She is number #60 in Greg's American Beauties Series
Views: 8847 SpiderWebArt Gallery
Hand made, hand painted BOMBER PIN-UP airplane panel made out of wood! This will be available @ monsterartstudio.com soon!
Views: 314 monsterartstudio
Nothing amazing, just a little nose art style painting for the Hot Rod Lawn Tractor. I know it's not the most masterful painting, but I think it's in keeping with the style of the old WWII Bombers. Wally got his first look at it this evening and he was happy with it and that's what matters. Thanks for taking a look.
Views: 7473 RamblinAround
Alberto Vargas (1896 -- 1982) Альберто Варгас (Alberto Vargas) - В 1940-х годах фамилия Варгас являлась синонимом живописи в стиле pin-up. Таким образом отдавалась дань уважения самому знаменитому художнику в данном направлении. Родившийся 9 февраля 1896 года в Перу, Альберт был сыном известного фотографа Макса Варгаса. Когда мальчику исполнилось тринадцать лет, отец стал самостоятельно обучать сына искусству живописи. Однажды, в 1911 году, сопровождая Макса в Париж, Альберто увидел журнал «La Vie Parisienne» с обложкой, созданной Рафаэлем Киркнером. Это изображение произвело на Альберто неизгладимое впечатление. Первое знакомство Варгаса с Америкой произошло в полдень на Бродвее, когда его буквально закружила огромная толпа девушек, работающих в офисах, спешащих на обед. Именно в тот момент Альберто решил, что посвятит всю свою жизнь прославлению красоты, грации и изящества американских девушек...
Views: 13981 yip53
This is a short video of my 2019 WWII NOSE ART CALENDAR. Each image is a photograph made to look like a vintage 1940s pinup. I modeled my images from the famous artist Alberto Varga. The calendar however was modeled after Earl Mac Pherson who started "The Sketch Book Calendar Series" that ran for 9 years. I would like to thank everyone involved in this way too fun project including my beautiful wife Cheryl. Thank You. Joe P.
Views: 261 joepatricolo
http://artbynatalie.com for more UNIQUE, ORIGINAL ART! If You like my paintings THUMBS UP, COMMENT & SUBSCRIBE to my channel ;O) This video is a commisioned painting of myself for a fan. It was painted on a HUGE 3ft by 4ft nose of a WWII aircraft panel. I painted by priming first then using acrylics with glazing mediums, swarovski crystals, metallic gold paint & glitter. Many layers of primer then paint. A HUGE Thank you to Larry!!!! I hope you love your painting once you recieve it!!! YAY!! For more art from Natalie http://artbynatalie.com
Views: 134465 NATALIALYNN
50 Color Vintage Photos of Nose Art Painted on WWII Military Airplanes. The inscription of art work on military planes dates to World War I, when paintings were usually extravagant company or unit insignia. However, regulations were put in place after the war to stymie the practice. As the United States entered World War II, nose art regulations were relaxed, or in many cases totally ignored. WWII would become the golden age of aircraft artistry. Artwork was typically painted on the nose of the plane, and the term "nose art" was coined. Nose art was a morale booster, and those in daily combat needed that boost. Facing the prospect of death on every flight, the crew deserved all of the encouragement, and smiles, available to them. The art on the plane unified the crew, and identified it, and made it unique from all of the aircraft in their unit or on their base. Music: Relaxing Piano Music - Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Views: 13131 GreyscaleFnatic
From the collection of Corpral Donald Elson, United States Army Air Corps. The following is a discription of this art form from the web site, "Military Aircraft Nose art" http://parentseyes.arizona.edu/militarynoseart/ww2-3.htm -- Nose art thrived in its infancy largely because servicemen had more freedom to alter their aircraft. Although the military never officially sanctioned nose art, it unofficially approved it as a morale-booster. It was a survival technique in a harsh environment. A little bit of levity and diversion goes a long way, and a measure of pride and enthusiasm comes from individual expression. Similarly, young men, who were generally under the age of twenty, could derive some comfort from images of women, mother, and home. Anne Josephine Hayward, a member of the American Red Cross Aero Club in England and a painter of nose art, challenges current objections to nose art as degrading to women or others: "Its purpose was worthy, to bolster military morale in a terrible time. The members of each crew came to feel that their plane and their painting were somehow special and would bring them luck, a safe return from hostile skies. The art may have been frivolous at times, but it was never anti-social" (Ethell, pp. 120-121). The characteristics of World War II aircraft art and the fact that it flourished during that time are indicators of that era. The art reflects the attitude of the people involved in the war--both at home and on the front, and, in the case of World War II, the attitude was positive (Davis v. 3, p. 3). The images--often patriotic and sometimes propagandistic--clearly reflected the spirit of the times, the all-out American effort to fight the good war. The combat crews were backed by a unified, supportive public. This was a war with a clear objective, and one in which the whole country challenged a known evil. At first look, the art that was a product of the war seems to be nothing more than silly names and irreverent images. But taken as a whole, the images indefinably suggest an underlying determination of the country to right a wrong. There were four main cultural sources of 1940s nose art. The first was the popular men's magazine Esquire, whose calendar page was the era's equivalent to the 1960s Playboy centerfold. The most duplicated nose art images were the product of Esquire's artist Alberto Vargas. Whether a Vargas copy or a Philip S. Brinkman original, pin-up art of the day was transferred to the side of an aircraft. Comic strip characters provided another source to be duplicated. Common images of the day were Burma, Madame Shoo Shoo, and Dragon Lady, characters from Milt Canniff's "Terry and the Pirates," and Miss Lace from "Male Call," a strip he created for the troops' daily newspaper. Dog Patch and Moonbeam McSwine were two images from Al Capp's "Li'l Abner" strip copied with regularity. The 56th FG and the 47th FS of the 15th FG, known as the "Dogpatchers" had an entire series of nose art creations based on "Li'l Abner" (Ethell, pp. 71-72). The line between art and life blurred as professional artists Canniff, Capp, Herblock, and Sgt. George Baker (creator of "Sad Sack") contributed art work in the form of posters for the military.
Views: 46411 DameEdithDivine
This is one of the first slide shows I ever made but I like the topic. Originally I made four on Nose Art but the other three I can't find! During WWII it was popular for a crew to paint images on the noses of their aircraft. This was particularly popular with the crews of the big bombers. The planes frequently became known by the nose art that it wore. The art differed according to the tastes and often the reputation of the crew and provided not only identification of the aircraft but also added a bit of levity for men who were engaged in the very serious business of war. Artwork included animals and other images but by far the most popular images were beautiful, scantily clad females. Some guys became very good at designing and painting nose art and they themselves became very popular. Please notice along with the nose art, many of these planes have icons of bombs, crosses, etc on them. Those icons have to do with the number of missions that plane flew. One bomb, one mission. Today's military does not allow nose art so one rarely sees it. I hope you enjoy this show. I scanned many of the pictures from my library of books on the topic. Naturally, I do not own the copyright to the pictures or the music. Thank you for watching my slide shows. If you enjoy them, please tell your friends. about my shows. Be well! Nina
Views: 10104 NiNaWavs2U
http://www.spiderwebart.com/default.asp View part 2 here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kiUXkHC_DEw In March 2011, Greg Hildebrandt began painting this fabulous PINUP on a real 1944 B25 bomber. This commission was a real joy for Greg. He loves painting on WWII planes. Russian Ta Get Ya is Greg's third WWII war bird. She is #63 in his American Beauties series. The finished painting on the nose cone of the B25 bomber took about a week to paint.
Views: 15526 SpiderWebArt Gallery
More info visit JOSH´S FLIGHT JACKETS (also without FB account) http://www.facebook.com/pages/Joshs-Flight-Jackets/185972811500641 Custom painted Flight Jackets, Pinups, Aircraft Nose Art & More. Welcome to Josh´s Flight Jackets. Browse the galleries to view new handpainted jackets, noseart and leather patches.
Views: 9113 marauderbomber86
I had to do another video because I keep getting in cool stuff. In this video is pics of photos, 2 big models, and a Boeing pen. Also some old test pilot gloves. The gloves were made to help the pilot through the G-forces. Most of the nose are is on B-17s, B-24s, B-26, and B-29s. The nose art of Queen Mae was done on a B-24J of the 90th bomb Group "Jolly Rogers". 1944, by Ccl Al G Merkling. Other photos include the C-130 Hercules, SR-71 Blackbird, kc-135 tanker, AWACS, B-52s, B-1, SST, and a jeep. At the end is my assistant, Pearl. Thank you for looking
Views: 18631 tullaberry
Slideshow of B-24 nose art from WWII. In no particular order, B-24 Liberators pictured are: -- "Prince Charming" (343rd BS, 98th BG) -- "Umbriago" (392nd BS, 30th BG) -- "Barrel House Bessie" ( 98th BS, 11th BG) -- "Ferdie" (431st BS, 11th BG) -- "Fool's Paradise" ( 38th BS, 30th BG) -- "Kickapoo-Kid" ( 27th BS, 30th BG) -- "Tropical Trollop" (392nd BS, 30th BG) -- "As-Cend Charlie" ( 98th BS, 11th BG) -- "Angel Face 3rd" ( 98th BS, 11th BG) -- "Arise My Lovely and Come With Me" (753rd BS, 458th BG) -- "Merry Boozer" ( 26th BS, 11th BG) -- "Munda Belle" (370th BS, 307th BG) -- "The Squaw" (343rd BS, 98th BG) -- "Secrut Weapin" ( 98th BS, 11th BG) All photos from U.S. National Archives.
Views: 2141 okrajoe
In August 2011, Greg Hildebrandt began painting this fabulous PINUP on a real Tigercat. This commission was a real joy for Greg. He loves painting on WWII planes. La Patrona is Greg's fourth WWII war bird. She is #67 in his American Beauties series. The finished painting on the nose cone of the plane took about a week to paint.
Views: 8125 SpiderWebArt Gallery
From the quick-tempered Donald Duck to the loveable Dumbo, Walt Disney Productions created some 1,200 designs during World War II. Such recognizable characters were used for aircraft nose art, flight jacket patches, pins and other memorabilia for American and allied military units.
Views: 1241 War History Online
Interview with Gary Velasco from www.fightingcolors.com Gary being interviewed for Nose Art and Pin Ups film due out in August. Gary talking about his work painting Diamond Lil on the B-24 at the Commemorative Air Force base at Dallas, Texas. See noseartfilms on Facebook and www.noseartfilms.co.uk
Views: 1312 NoseartFilms
HISTORIC WWII NOSE ART PAINTED ON LEATHER PILOTS JACKETS! AIRPLANE AAC ARMY AIR CORPS PINUPS AND MORE! ++ + WWII_WW2_nose_art_pinup_PAINTED_pilots_jackets_aac +WWII_WW2_nose_art_pinup_PAINTED_pilots_jackets_aac +1WWII_WW2_nose_art_pinup_PAINTED_pilots_jackets_aac #WWII_WW2_nose_art_pinup_PAINTED_pilots_jackets_aac #+WWII_WW2_nose_art_pinup_PAINTED_pilots_jackets_aac #+1WWII_WW2_nose_art_pinup_PAINTED_pilots_jackets_aac (WWII_WW2_nose_art_pinup_PAINTED_pilots_jackets_aac) "WWII_WW2_nose_art_pinup_PAINTED_pilots_jackets_aac"
Views: 1462 ChemTrailsMN
Рисунки на самолетах WWI, WWII Как Мики Маус оказался на BF109, откуда появился логотип Ferrari, Nose art, Какая мелодия на самолете "Маестро" из ХФ "В бой идут одни старики" Эмблемы истребителей люфтваффе https://goo.gl/DyomG8 Камуфляж и обозначения германских самолетов 1935-1945. https://goo.gl/Fwhqrs Messerschmitt Bf 109F https://goo.gl/q3mas8 Самые знаменитые Pin-up girls. https://goo.gl/nxQ9Rg РИСУНКИ НА САМОЛЕТАХ ВРЕМЕН ВТОРОЙ МИРОВОЙ ВОЙНЫ https://goo.gl/PpNpvj Nose art - рисунки на боевых самолетах https://goo.gl/hL1dZi Рисунки (эмблемы) на самолетах советских асов ВОВ! https://goo.gl/HRRtqN Подпишись на канал: https://goo.gl/pg7v4w World of Warplanes в ВК: https://vk.com/glafiwowp Наш Discord: https://discord.gg/kQTpwN9 Официальный сайт World of Warplanes: https://worldofwarplanes.ru Плейлисты: World of Warplanes - Все Нации: https://goo.gl/DgEDVT World of Warplanes - По типу техники: https://goo.gl/o9PUF7 World of Warplanes - Летсплеи: https://goo.gl/HGhgg2 World of Warplanes - Гайды: https://goo.gl/3gz6vW World of Warplanes - Стримы: https://goo.gl/g3Rjsd World of Warplanes - Разное: https://goo.gl/M3M61P World of Warplanes, Ворлд оф Варпленс (WoWp) - Выберите любой понравившийся вам самолёт из семи доступных наций: СССР, Германии, США, Великобритании, Франции, Китая или Японии — и вступайте в бой. Так же смотрите в ВК: World of Warplanes: https://vk.com/glafiwowp World of Tanks Blitz: http://vk.com/glafiwotblitz Total War: Arena: https://vk.com/glafitwa World of Warships: https://vk.com/glafiwows Наша команда работает исключительно для вас присоеденяйся к Порталу Стекло и Палец и будь в курсе игровых событий. • Наш сайт - http://Glafi.com World of Warplanes - [Разное]
Views: 4176 GLAFI - World of Warplanes
Gary Velasco is seen here painting the nose art on Diamond Lil, the LB-30 operated by the Commemorative Air Force. I ran across this footage the other day and thought I'd share it with all of you. This was before I was shooting HD so the quality is kinda low. I hope you enjoy.
Views: 784 ErikJohnston
National Museum of the U.S. Air Force Restoration Specialists Chad Vanhook and Casey Simmons talk about their experience in painting the nose art on the historic B-17F Memphis Belle. This aircraft is on display in the museum's WWII Gallery. This video is in public domain and produced by the NMUSAF Public Affairs Div.-Ken LaRock
Views: 14533 National Museum of the U.S. Air Force
Ohhh… how we girls wish that our lives could get a bit easier! What if we could tell you about some more hacks? Life is a little complex? But when life throws problems at us, we throw hacks! If you are stressed, you should be well-dressed! And you can do wonders with a look to kill! We did some digging and found out some amazing girly hacks and tricks that would help to sort out all the last-minute problems. From dyeing your hair pink to a bathing suit from scratch, we have got you all covered! So, check’em out and you can thank us later! Timestamps: 0:17 DIY fake piercing 1:13 Homemade temporary hair dye 2:49 DIY cropped top 4:27 Easy way to fake freckles 5:18 DIY bathing suit top 6:20 Refashion two tight t-shirts into one flowing top 7:37 Warm jacket out of scarf 8:52 BLOOPERS! Don't forget to give a thumbs up if you want to see more of our videos soon! Tap the notification bell to know when there are new videos from our channel. Music by Epidemic Sound: https://www.epidemicsound.com/ #hacks #girly #123GO
Views: 19393943 123 GO!
The golden age of aircraft nose art had to be World War II, and the flat sides of the B-24 Liberator had to be the best place to display this G.I. art form. Here are some photos from several B-24 bomb groups serving in the Pacific, circa 1944-45. Have you subscribed to the Airailimages Channel on YouTube? Thanks! Here are some more nose art links from the Airailimages Channel: https://youtu.be/DEFVKN73n5o https://youtu.be/Go5XKKfNQkk
Views: 1989 airailimages
Before political correctness, fliers painted their aircraft with the likeness of the female form. B17 crews were no exception, In this clip from the video, "The Fortress and Her Crew" the love affair between man and machine is obvious. flyingbrickvideo.com
Views: 36327 Steve Pribish
Graham Chronofighter Vintage Nose Art 軍風計時碼錶，Pin-up girl 海報女郎機鼻藝術，去年一推出就大受好評，今年再接再勵，除了年初推出的狗年限量錶之外，又找來四位各國佳麗，一字排開，任你選妃。建議售價：台幣20.8萬。限量各100只。
Views: 3478 Edgar Jiang
Artists Joyce Ballantynen Pearl Frushn Peter Dribenn Alberto Vargasn Art Frahm Harry Ekman Zoe Mozert Billy De Vorss Bill Medcalf Baron von Lind Vaughan Bass Al Buell Edward DAncona Freeman Elliot George Petty Gil Elvgren Greg Hildebrandt musics No Particular Place To Go-Chuck Berry Boom Boom-John Lee Hooker Why Dont You Do Right-Peggy Lee
Views: 2247 Anar W
During BaselWorld 2014, Romain Jerome introduced its new Nose Art-DNA models. iW caught up with CEO of Romain Jerome, Manuel Emch, to discuss the new timepiece and its inspiration, a Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress entitled the Pink Lady. The Nose Art-DNA is a tribute to 20th century flight and the artwork displayed on aircraft noses. Like other timepieces in the DNA collection, this model incorporates actual pieces of its inspiration; the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress. The particular aircraft utilized in the timepiece is the Pink Lady. In 1945, the aircraft took flight and served in missions throughout WWII with the US Army, based out of Great Britain. The aircraft flew further when, after the war, it took part in exploratory missions around the world. Recognized for it's Pink Lady pinup nose art, the aircraft inspired not only the material and construction of the timepiece, but a secret portrait on the caseback. Each of the limited 99 pieces of the Nose-Art DNA feature a pinup portrait, reminiscent of the famous Varga girls. Continue reading.
Views: 2166 iW International Watch Magazine