One of our favorite artists, Paul Richmond, has translated his fun cheesecake-boys-in-undergarment-peril into a fabulous coloring book due to be released on Valentine’s Day. You can see some of his great classic work here: “The Precarious Plight of Paul Richmond's Pinups.”
Pinup girls from the ’40s and ’50s had such a hard time keeping their clothes on. A loose nail, a curious pup, or even a brisk wind all seemed to exist for the purpose of disrobing unsuspecting cuties. But one important question has gone unanswered, until now — how did men always manage to dodge these obstacles? Now it’s time to even the score!
Inspired by the classic calendar pinups of Art Frahm, the Cheesecake Boys are pinups for a new generation, where skin-baring wardrobe malfunctions take an equal opportunity approach. Grab your crayons, markers, or colored pencils because these fellows need your magic touch — all over!
Twenty-two full page, single-sided images! You can order it here. And you can find out more about Paul Richmond and his work here.