My compliments messy boy! Quite an impressive search algorithm! ;)
[hm... and a lil *dangerous* too, to follow it ...my kids can
crash in the room any second... i better stick 2 my
ebook-projects ;) but well done
Let's try to lure in the bookmarks of fifties pinup lover.
Isn't +F one of these ? :)
Don't you remember the private.htm page : "fravia's private links" ?
__Pinups and pulp covers__
Well, these are the real fifties
The pulp zone (uses this same paper)
.pulp (now "The pulp net")
Atomic books pinups
Paperback Cover Art Illustrators
Jaap van Deijk 's
The jaap site is a list of links. Let's use it as a BACKTRACK starting point.
We found 109 results
We found 29 results
----- Warning, zen noze to follow now ;)
Clicking here and there ... following some links ... luring ...
I choosed at last to follow this compact map :
To land there ( i choosed thepinupfiles.com too, but it's for later):
Welcome to the Pin-Up Page, a web site devoted to the pin-up girls of
the 1940's and 50's. There's none of that gratuitous rubbish from the 60's onwards, merely the artistic masterpieces of the golden age of "girlie Mags".
Some galleries and major authors of that period : "Hairs, eyes, position and smile: We are in the fifties, ah, but where exactly?"
Time to feed my eyes ;)
I think the Mysterious Pinup style is really similar to the Gil Evgren's one. My humble newbie opinion :p
Maybe not only mine :
fravia's famous little gifs
"tools.htm - generic for all tool pages, self-ironic :-) - One of Gil Evgren's most famous pinups, 1945"
We found 13 results
Gifpile Graphics - 1800 to 1950
LOTS OF INTERESTING (SIDE TOPIC) LINKS (see footnote)
Then go to : http://scandolls.com/
myspinup definitely looks like the ones of Evgren ...
Where to find more ? As i said earlier, there is a huge archive site at :
www.thepinupfiles.com. With a Search Engine :)
Looking at the Evgren's galleries (4 ones). No sign of our reading girl.
No results with the atomz search engine too.
There are too much galleries to look at. I tried a few of them, but decided it was a dead-end.
One of the links appearing in the earlier resultz was the DMOZ directory :
Lets lurk again :)
This page is heavily under construction. Material is added weekly but the goal is set high so please be patient and check back often.
The main purpose of this site is to make available a large selection of pin-up paintings mainly from the 40's, 50's and 60's to studies in art, feministic theory etc.
And, and and ? :)
Bingo !! :) Better quality than the myspinup ;)
So, our author is : Edward D'Ancona
Back to the pinupfiles.com : IT WAS THERE ! i missed it !
damn noze ;)
Although D'Ancona was a prolific pin-up artist who produced hundreds of enjoyable images, almost nothing is known about his background. He sometimes signed his paintings with the name "D'Amarie", but his real name appears on numerous calendar prints published from the mid 1930s through the mid 1950s, and
perhaps as late as 1960.
The first company to publish D'Ancona pin-ups, about 1935 to 1937, was Louis F. Dow in St Paul. D'Ancona worked in oil on canvas and his originals from that time usually measured about 30 x 22 inches. His early work is comparable in quality to that of the young Gil Elvgren, who had begun to work for Dow in 1937. Because D'Ancona produced so much work for Dow, one might assume that he was born in Minnesota and lived and worked in the St Paul, Minneapolis area. It is known that he supplied illustrations to the Goes Company in Cincinnati and to several soft-drink firms, which capitalized on his works similarity to the Sundblom/Elvgren style, which was so identified with Coca-Cola.
During the 1940s and 1950s, D'Ancona superb use of primary colours, masterful brushstrokes, and painterly style elevated him to the ranks of the very best artist in pin-up and glamour art. His subject matter at this time resembled Elvgren's. Both enjoyed painting nudes and both employed situation poses a great deal. D'Ancona also painted a fair amount of evening-gown scenes, as did Elvgren, Frahm and Erbit.
By 1960, D'Ancona had moved into the calendar art field. Instead of doing pin-ups and glamour images, however, he specialized in pictures on the theme of safety in which wholesome policemen helped children across the street in suburban settings that came straight out of Norman Rockwell.
Biography borrowed and adapted from The Great American
Pin-Up by Charles G. Martignette and Louis K. Meisel.
woop woop, i was right :)
Note that the title is unknowed, that's why the research inside the atomz SE gave nothing. It is indeed a mysterious pin-up girl :)
No special 'trick' to resolve that hunt. A little of combing, always keeping the target in mind and a lot of zen noze.
----- Side Findings
The Ad*Access Project, funded by the Duke Endowment "Library 2000" Fund,
presents images and database information for over 7,000 advertisements
printed in U.S. and Canadian newspapers and magazines between 1911 and 1955. Ad*Access concentrates on five main subject areas: Radio, Television, Transportation, Beauty and Hygiene, and World War II,providing a coherent view of a number of major campaigns and companies through images preserved in one particular advertising collection available at Duke University.
"TAKE UP THE SWORD OF JUSTICE"
British Posters of World War One
from the Roger N. Mohovich Collection
etc... look at the Gifpile for other gems :)
WHO'S ABSENT, IS IT YOU ?
I was very cryptic below in my post "though Im finding pics that i like far better in the 50's :) " ... but the private betty type pages were the clues i was leaving below :) :)
very very good!!!!!!!
u know I read long ago at fravias... you can find any dang password you want for porn sites (I really wasn't interested much in it--- wife and child always around anyway--and that kind of search can get you looking over your shoulder all the time) ... but as a searcher/seeker/ I knew that one day I'd have to come (no pun intended) back to that section and give it a shot (arggggg; this can begin to sound nasty with each sentence)
when I put a few hours into the teri/terry/ diver search and still hadn't found her i abandoned it for other things i wanted to do...
but one of the things I had tried to do that day was to force google to give me user-pass strings in a search... I was very unsecessful...I'm realizing in the last few days after more study that alot of it was my trying to force feed google to give me returns after a "?" query ... but mostly it was simply an incorrect query and I was getting exactly what I was requesting...
until i read your posting... fravia+ has always said its easy -- Giglio said it was "fairly easy" and You breezed right in and made a list of login and pass also for hogtied... what the hay?
I hit upon the key today thanks to you... yep you sure can Absolutely find username and pass for any danged site out there ... i was amazed
the key is 'member' or /members/ [in Most cases at least]... in any case google lists peoples usernameid and passwords in its search returns for: whateverdomainename.com/members/
... and while scanning the pages for userpass or, blahblah:blah@www
you see many more sites with user and pass as a extra treat.
...it even returns pages like this:
(which gave me a domaine list [even when the userpasses didn't work)
google images can be used also... though in most cases it throws you into asking for pages 'that contain'
I tried half a dozen other domainsites.com/members/ and they all brought up user passes in a google search... no force feeding required...
thanks messy boy, i wasn't sure how you got those passes but you showed me their had to be a way... :) ... now at least if teri is secreted inside a pass protected place I may be able to uncover her now... when i get time... I'm watching a movie right now... dam these things are short... hold on, Monique wants to chat with me ... :) :)
ok but seriously now I can move on having put this mystery behind me.