Hilda - the voluptuous, sweet red-head pin-up girl from the 50's and 60's

The beautiful Hilda illustrations were created by artist Duane Bryers in the 1950's and 1960's. The red haired beauty has been featured on many calendars over the years. Artist Les Toil did a recent interview with Duane Bryers, which he published on his website. I was amazed to find that Duane Breyers came up with many of those illustrations for Hilda in his head, without any models. Duane Bryers is in his 90's now, and he has a wonderful sense of humor. To see the interview, look here: http://www.toilgirls.com/hilda/interview.html

To see more Hilda illustrations, look at the Hilda Gallery here: http://www.toilgirls.com/hilda/gallery.html

Be sure to also check out Les Toil's art while you are there, who creates his own art of full figured women. 

KarlosGomes created the YouTube video. 

 

Comments

I've never seen Hilda. She's

I've never seen Hilda. She's adorable and gorgeous! If only I could look like her in a bikini.
Thank you for the links. I'm looking at them right now.

Tina