Blue Bird Pinups are a female operated Native American organization established in August 2012 at the Navajo Nation Code Talkers Day. Banded by a passion for vintage and purpose for making a difference these women have become positive agents for native communities with a classy pinup twist.
Blue Bird Pinups embrace and preserve the classy look of the 1940s and 1950s era because it was a time of a new awakening for all women who were given the opportunity and ability to make their own choices. As Native American females, we value and embody such ideas modeled by our own mothers, aunts, and grandmothers who possess resilience, beauty, and strength. It is our way of paying homage and reconnecting with the elders of that era as we bridge with the new generation. Just as the iconic “Rosie the Riveter” with the “We Can Do It” slogan, we boost morale as we model and support wonderful causes that positively reinforce and uplift our Indigenous people
What We Do
Our organization hosts, networks, and promotes events that foster positive change and direction through fun community events, charity work, and support of Native American businesses and organizations.