Dress your space in your style with posters and giclee prints of vintage pin-up art. Pin-ups got their start in the 1940s while the men were fighting World War II and away from their wives and sweethearts. The soldiers tore pages from calendars and pinned them to their bunks and lockers, creating the first pin-ups. Some of the most famous examples of 1940s World War II pin-up art come from painter Alberto Vargas who created pin-up paintings for "Esquire" magazine, called Vargas girls. Another example of vintage pin-up art is painter Peter Driben's pin-ups from "Eyeful" magazine. Today, vintage art pin-ups have found a new audience.