Though precursors to pinup art began to appear as early as the 1890s, the style, as we know it today, emerged from the flapper culture of the 1920s. Throughout much of the past century, pinup art has undergone significant stylistic and cultural changes. Despite dropping out of the public consciousness for a while, the internet has reignited the art world's interest in this vintage pop-culture style.


Inspired by the Americana imagery of authentic pinup artwork, Laura creates unique pinup illustrations for a modern world while retaining a retro feel. With each piece, Laura attempts to blend her contemporary fashion sensibilities with the whimsical innocence that characterized early pinup drawings.


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