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Viva's Pinups: Bullet Bras and Backseat Betties Hardcover – 30 Apr 2010
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"Viva Van Story is an accomplished photographer who is being justly acclaimed as a worthy successor to Bunny Yeager. Van Story is taking the parameters of "cheesecake" to new levels and the result (to say the least) is haute-cuisine. Pretty damn hot haute-cuisine, actually!" --Real Detroit Weekly
"VVS's photos are graced by the kind of drag strip dames and juice joint jezebels who populated the men's mags of the 1950s--with a decidedly modern edge. It's no surprise, then, that with NYC's vibrant burlesque scene, she's the photographer of choice for a wide range of tassel-twirling temptresses, hot-rod honeys, and tommy gun tarts." --Eroszine
About the Author
Viva Van Story is one of the most respected and busiest pin-up photographers in the country. Her work headlined the Detroit Dirty Show, and she and her images have been featured in such publications as Bizarre Magazine, Car Kulture Deluxe, Deadbeat Magazine, DicE, Edge Detroit, Leg Show, New York Post, Ol' Skool Rodz, Real Detroit Weekly, ROCKRGRL, Tattoo, and Varla Magazine. She is based in New York City. Tyson McAdoo is an Atlanta-based pin-up artist and on-air designer for Cartoon Network. He has inked such comic books as Big Daddy Danger, Blink, and X-Men, and his work was used on the Britney Spears Circus tour.
Top customer reviews
Cannot wait for her second book!
Do buy this if you want poor quality, dull shots with the same models from myspace.
If you want artistic reps of striking models, cars, etc buy ol' skool rod magazine.
Don't believe the hype especially if you model or are a committed photographer.