Russian (visionary) artist Andrew Tarusov is taking on the American dream while destroying it simultaneously.
The artist has created his own calendar that’s currently being printed for release later this year (they’ll be $25 and can be pre-ordered here). The subject? How about super sexy pin-up girls surviving the apocalypse?!
The Apocalypse Tomorrow 2012 calendar was inspired by famed artist Gil Elvgren, an American painter of pin-up girls, advertising and illustration. He passed away way back in 1980. Below you’ll find images of all 12 months. Click any to see it larger.
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