|Vintage Pulp||Jan 26 2016|
Above, a Technicolor lithograph, entitled “Aim To Please,” starring Playboy model Mariyln Hanold looking for something to kill with her longbow and quiver of arrows. Does she look familiar? Possibly it's because we featured her before, from a similar looking woodland session. This is dated 1959 and comes from Corp. A. Fox.
|Vintage Pulp||Oct 9 2015|
Above, an unidentified model poses for an autumnal Technicolor print entitled “Woodland Nymph.” Though this could actually be a drought somewhere rather than autumn, we’re going with planetary tilt as the reason the normally secretive nymph has lost her cover of leaves and flowers. Recognize the model? Drop us a line if you do. As a hint, the copyright on this is 1959.
Update: Marcos comes to the rescue again, and informs us: The woman in this picture is American actress and model Marilyn Hanold. She appeared in some films and TV shows throughout the 50's and 60's. She was also Playboy's Playmate of the Month in June 1959 and the model who posed for Gil Elvgren's iconic pin-up painting "Riding High."