Sexy Pin-Up Beauties Flaunt Dresses Made Out of Milk [Gallery]

London based photographer Jaroslav Wieczorkiewiz creates amazing high speed photos of models “wearing” only milk.

  • Photo: Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz/AurumLight StudioPhoto: Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz/AurumLight Studio
  • Photo: Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz/AurumLight StudioPhoto: Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz/AurumLight Studio
  • Photo: Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz/AurumLight StudioPhoto: Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz/AurumLight Studio
  • Photo: Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz/AurumLight StudioPhoto: Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz/AurumLight Studio
  • Photo: Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz/AurumLight StudioPhoto: Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz/AurumLight Studio
  • Photo: Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz/AurumLight StudioPhoto: Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz/AurumLight Studio
  • Photo: Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz/AurumLight StudioPhoto: Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz/AurumLight Studio

Polish artist Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz had the incredibly brilliant idea to photograph models recreating classic 1940s pinup poses. The project aims at creating a pin up calendar inspired by the popular pinup calendars of the 40’s and 50’s. Only

But instead of putting them in bikinis or lingerie, he decided to photograph them wearing milk and only milk. The artist explains that the project was, “Made with milk, frozen in time, and morphed into high fashion.”

Plenty of his galleries are more serious in nature, but the former architect thought he’d have some fun with these ladies, who he’s putting in a calendar, that is coming soon.

“This time I thought it will be cool to approach the liquid theme in a more relaxed and funny way,” Wieczorkiewicz writes on his blog. “So we threw some colors into the mix and came up with a personal Milky PinUp tribute to my favorite pin-up style artists.”

Unbelievably they are not created using any tricks or computer imagery – each girl is actually covered in pints and pints of milk to create the shots.

“We work with specific light and pretty normal cameras,” Jaroslav explains, “there is no magic behind it.”

To create each outfit, the artist and his team splashed the white liquid onto different areas of the model’s body and took hundreds of photographs. The lighting setup is made with an Einstein E640 bounced of a silver parabolic umbrella for key and another E640 shooting through a strip-light for kick.

Caught at high-speeds, every drop can be seen in crisp detail.  A number of splashes were then digitally merged together using Photoshop into a stylish outfit that beautifully splatters across each model’s silky smooth skin.

As an inspiration, Jaroslav looks at illustrations done for pinup calendars by Gil Elvgren, Alberto Vargas, Greg Hildebrandt and more which were featured on Brown & Bigelow calendars.

“It’s tiring work but worth it, I want to stay true to the process,” Jaroslav tells the Daily Mail. If anyone is interested in learning how it’s done the artist has begun a world tour, taking to Australia to offer seminars on the techniques he uses to achieve his amazing photographs.

Wieczorkiewicz is offering Milk Workshops in Australia and Switzerland until the end of 2013. He’ll be touring in the United States too in 2014 to teach his wholesome craft.

Originally from Poland, Jaroslav is now based in London and has founded the AurumLight Studio, which specialises in conceptual photography, limited calendars and advertising. His use of unusual effects in his photography has seen him begin to tour the world offering seminars on the techniques he uses to achieve his amazing photographs.

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