Alberto Vargas made a name for himself in the 1940s with the iconic pin-ups he painted for Esquire magazine in the USA. These were much loved by GIs to businessmen and soon the painted pin-up girl became part of popular American culture. During the 1960s and 70s Vargas was commissioned by Playboy magazine to produce one of his iconic pieces of pin-up art for each monthly issue and it is among these works that are to be found perhaps his best known and most revered. Today his original works and limited prints sell for enormous sums. We search high and low for vintage Playboys from that period and then carefully remove the single Vargas illustration hidden within. We then have these professionally mounted so that they can in turn be framed, as they deserve to be, enabling these often overlooked vintage gems to be admired and treasured.