Al Moore

Al Moore

Al Moore was a busy illustrator from the 1940s to the late 50s, generating advertising, fashion, covers, story art, and pin up arts. Replaced Vargas and Petty as Esquire’s main pin-up man. Moore’s girls are less glossy and impossible than those of his...
Zoe Mozert

Zoe Mozert

Zoe Mozert was born Alice Adelaide Moser in 1907. An attractive girl herself, she modeled to raise money to pay for art school. In 1925 Mozert had the opportunity to study with Thornton Oakley and Howard Pyle at the Philadelphia School of Industrial Art. Here she...
Cardwell Higgins

Cardwell Higgins

Cardwell Higgins (1902-1983) – American Illustrator. Higgins was one of the most prolific yet unheralded American pulp, ad artist, cover-girl and pin up illustrators of the 20th century. His work was used for movies (MGM and Paramount), plays, pulps, display...
Al Brule

Al Brule

Al Brule was a Chicago illustrator whose style, with its painterly technique and strong primary colors, closely resembled that of the Sundblom circle. During the 1940s and the 1950s, he created many adverstisements for major national corporations, most of them...
David Wright

David Wright

David Wright – (1912–1967) was a British fashion illustrator. David produced a series of over 160 pin up illustrations known as Lovelies during the 1940s. The illustrations established him as one of the most popular pin up artists during World War II. More info...