Girls Drawin Girls

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GirlsDrawinGirls sounds sexy doesn't it? It's just that: sexy, smart, talented female artists drawing gorgeous females. These women have resumes that speak for themselves. By day, these women are working on the shows we all love such as The Simpsons, Futurama, King of the Hill and South Park. They work with Nintendo, Pixar, and Disney. By night, they draw the gorgeous, intriguing pin-ups that grace the pages of A Girl in Time and Once Upon A Girl, the first two volumes of artwork in the GirlsDrawinGirls series.

There's never been an argument that women can draw and this book is proof of that. Similar to the tattoo industry, women artists are making a name for themselves. "As a group, our goal is to celebrate and empower female artists and to re-define 'sexy' in a way that hasn't been seen before in a largely male-dominated industry," says Girls artist Anne Walker. This book has definitely paved the way for women in the illustration and animation industries. These books are sawy and imaginative and will no doubt be a great addition to your collection.

If you want sexy pin-ups drawn by sexy pin-ups then go get this book. You can purchase these books as well as the soon-to-be-released Volume 3 and other merchandise on the website atwww.girlsdrawingirls.com!

—Christina Diaz

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The idea for Wisconsin Skinny Clothing was born where all great ideas are born; at a local tavsrn while hanging out with some friends, drinking some PBRs and talking trash! Never a fan of what society considered thin, Pete Kugel coined the phrase "Wisconsin Skinny/ in describing women of a curvy shape—much like the models of the '50s A tattoo artist by trade, Pete saw serious potential in the idea and Wisconsin Skinny Clothing slammed into the scene in 2005.

Originally produced for the gearhead/rockabilly scene, Pete now sells to many that see Wisconsin Skinny as a symbol of being accepted for being who they are and proud of what they stand far Being a heavily tattooed person, Pete knows how society tends to look down on people that try to be unique in their own ways

What started out as selling a handful of T-shirts to friends has now turned into a brand name and online store Pete sells everything from T-shirts and tank tops, to work coats, hats and hoodies...of which our editor is very pleased with!

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Dirtfedd

This Nebraska band has released their debut album. The American Nightmare, produced by Slipknot member M. Shawn "Clown" Crahan. It has a raw sound of aggression and melody fused together with unique vocal styles giving them that concrete metal sound. The album represents a warped illustration of modern society, which coincides with each songs' schizophrenic journey through the lives of Dirtfedd members as they relate to a war-torn world.

Formed in the swelling hill landscape of Lincoln, Nebraska in April 2002, singer Dustin Travels along with guitarist Eric Marshall and drummer Brock Wettstead created Dirtfedd inside a rodent infested, trash covered house. Three years later, guitarist Brian Luginbill, bassist Scott Root and keyboardist Travis Wagner replaced three former members, accelerating the band's drive and overall chemistry. Dirtfedd's popularity grew rapidly and has since shared the stage with national touring metal acts such as Lamb of God, Unearth, God Forbid, and DevilDriver. They have also received praise from national acts such as Mushroomhead and Dope. The musical style of Dirtfedd has been described as a collaboration of jazz, blues, punk, southern rock, hardcore,and metal. What a combination, huh? Pick up their new record and decide for yourself!

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