1001 Dot-To-Dot Pin-Ups
Reveal these glamour girls as you connect the dots! If you dig polka dots and pinups, you'll love this dot-to-dot puzzle book inspired by images from Gil Elvgren, one of the most famous American pinup artists of all time. Connect the dots in more than 40 puzzles and increase your hand-eye coordination, as well as concentration skills. Once the puzzles are completed, add color to make a truly unique piece of art, then use the perforations to easily remove your work for display!
Gillette (Gil) Elvgren (1914–80) was born and raised in St. Paul, Minnesota, where his father operated a paint store. He created billboard, poster, and magazine illustrations, but is best known for his pin-up art, much of which was featured on Brown & Bigelow calendars. Elvgren’s relationship with Brown & Bigelow spanned nearly thirty years. He painted mainly in oils and used live models as well as photography for the basis of his painting. The "Elvgren Girl" was a real girl—sweet, pretty, and charming like her pictures. Gil Elvgren has emerged in recent years as the artist most loved and respected by pin-up collectors and fans worldwide.