Smoking Gun Girl on 1953 Cadillac Eldorado - Art Print for Sale
"Till the money runs out... bye bye baby" - Art Print Available for purchase
1959 Buik Electra and Femme Fatale - Art Print for Sale
"Bad as you think I am" - Art Print available for purchase
1957 Cadillac Eldorado with Woman holding Smoking Gun
"Find what you love and let it kill you" - Art Print available for purchase
Good Woman, Bad Girl and a 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air - Art Print For Sale
"There's a little bit of bad in every good little girl" - Art Print available for purchase
Gun Girl with 1949 Mercury - Art Print for Sale
"A dame to die for" - Art Print available for purchase
Pulp Fiction
Vintage pulp fiction covers included some of the most under-rated and provocative art, painted by some of the most talented artists, of the mid 20th century. Often the women portrayed on the covers were strong, defiant, knew what they wanted and were capable of getting it. Qualities considered not to appropriate for women of the time.
The artworks on this page are a tribute to the artists that created those covers and the defiant women depicted in them, bold, sensual and rebellious with hungry hearts & dangerous attitudes.
Credit & respect to: Robert A. Maquire, Paul Rader & Robert McGinnis.

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