Pinup girls from the '40s and '50s had such a hard time keeping their clothes on. A loose nail, a curious pup, or even a brisk wind all seemed to exist for the purpose of disrobing unsuspecting cuties. But one important question has gone unanswered--until now: how did men always manage to dodge these obstacles? Now it's time to even the score! Welcome to the colorful world of the Cheesecake Boys, pinups for a new generation where skin-baring wardrobe malfunctions take an equal opportunity approach. Grab your crayons, markers, or colored pencils because these fellows need your magic touch--all over! Twenty-two full page, single-sided images.
Paul Richmond is an internationally recognized visual artist and the Associate Art Director for Dreamspinner Press. His career has included exhibitions in galleries throughout the United States, and he has created cover illustrations for over four hundred published novels. Paul began the Cheesecake Boys series in 2008, and he has kept busy concocting creative new ways to get men out of their clothes ever since. He and his husband Dennis live in Monterrey, California, with two mischievous whippets.