"I love accidental nudity," Jim McBride says with a boyish grin. The founder of Mr. Skin, the Chicago-based celeb-nudity website made famous in the movie Knocked Up, motions me to his desktop and boots up a scene from the 1952 musical With a Song in My Heart. "You see that? Hold on, you missed it." He clicks again and pauses to show how, in a dancing sequence, one of Susan Hayward's boobs pops out of her dress.
"We find nudity in so many things," the 47-year-old says proudly, pulling a long strand of black hair behind his ear. It's this joy of finding hidden treasures, combined with his everyman obsession with female nudity, that characterizes the Mr. Skin brand.