The Empowerment of the Pin-up


Girls Drawin Girls was founded in 2006 by Simpsons veteran Melody Severns and storyboard artist Anne Walker as a way to showcase women artists working in the male-dominated industry of animation. Together, they felt it was time for these talented women to demonstrate their creative abilities and artistic interpretations of female sexuality by re-defining the art of the pin-up.

The group provides collaborative projects for its artists (such as book collections, group art shows, and opportuinities to participate in charity art events such as the Pasadena Chalk Festival, in addition to promoting each member’s individual artistic endeavors through cross-promotion and marketing prints, original artwork and other art-related merchandise.

To learn more about Girls Drawin Girls mission, please follow the video link.

A catalog is available for this exhibition.