The American Pin-Up 2016 Calendar By Andrey Tarusov


“My name is Andrey Tarusov. I was born in Ribinsk, a small town near Moscow in Russia. Since childhood, I was fascinated by all kinds of art, especially by animation and illustration. This year my wife and I moved to The USA and this became the most important event in our life.”, told Andrey Tarusov to Bored Panda.


“That is why America as a melting pot of different cultures became a source of inspiration for a new calendar. Our moving to the USA evoked memories of our journey that took place 4 years ago.”


“We crossed the country and visited almost all places, which I depicted in this year calendar. I gather many ideas from this trip, my personal photos, and reminiscence.”


See also, ‘This Is What Disney Princesses Would Look Like As Pin Up Girls


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