Dieselpunk: Because Steam Wasn't Dirty Enough!

Saturday, December 31, 2016

Saturday, November 26, 2016

Nude Photography - 1930s

The models were French prostitutes of the 1930s. Click here to see more of this collection along with an interview with Alexandre Dupouy who had met the photographer shortly before his passing.

Saturday, November 12, 2016

Nose Art - World War 2

The staff of Dieselpunks After Dark would like to thank all of our veterans for their service and sacrifice. Click here for an interesting article on nose art and World War 2.


Saturday, August 27, 2016

Zoë Mozert - Pin-Up Artist

Zoë Mozert was one of the rare female pin-up artists of the Diesel Era (1920s - 1940s). Visit here to learn more about Zoë Mozert and other female pin-up artists from that era.

One of Zoë Mozert most beloved works

Zoë Mozert was a pin-up model before she became an artist

Zoë Mozert  with fellow pin-up artists Rolf Armstrong (left) and Earl Moran.


Saturday, August 13, 2016

Wonder Woman

With the recent release of the new very dieselpunk Wonder Woman trailer we here at Dieselpunks After Dark thought we would post a very sexy photo shoot of Gaby Ramirez back in the June 2011 issue of Playboy Mexico.

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Jean Agélou Nude Photography, 1910s through 1920s

According to Wikipedia:
Jean Agélou (16 October 1878–Gien, France, 1921) was a French photographer of the 1910s and 1920s, best known for his erotic and nude photographs made at the beginning of the 20th century. Agélou was born in Alexandria, Egypt, in October 1878.
 You can view more of his photography at Wikipedia.

Saturday, April 9, 2016

The Seven Lady Godivas by Dr. Seuss

The Seven Lady Godivas: The True Facts Concerning History's Barest Family is a picture book of the tale of Lady Godiva, written and illustrated by Dr. Seuss. One of Seuss's few books written for adults, its original 1939 publication by Random House was a failure and was eventually remaindered. However, it later gained popularity as Seuss himself grew in fame, and was republished in 1987.

The book recounts in prose the tale of not one, but seven Godiva sisters, none of whom ever wear clothing. The explanation for their nakedness, even when walking in snow, is that "they were simply themselves and chose not to disguise it." The story opens with the sisters' father, Lord Godiva, deciding to leave for the Battle of Hastings on horseback. This upsets the sisters, as horses are wild and untamed animals. Sure enough, before Lord Godiva even manages to leave the castle walls, he is flung from his horse and killed. As a tribute to their father's fate, the Godiva sisters agree to never marry—despite the fact that each is courting one of seven brothers named Peeping—until they can warn their countrymen of the dangers of horses. The book then follows the sisters as they set out on individual quests for "horse truths", which turn out to be well-known sayings involving horses.
(Source: Wikipedia)