Milky Pin Ups Leave Little to the Imagination

Milk does the body good and for these modern day pin-ups, they dress the body even better. Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz found inspiration to create the Milky Pin Ups calendar from, you guessed it, the georgeous pin ups of the 40s and 50s. The London-based photographer used high-speed photography to capture splashes of milk thrown strategically on each model to create a dress that fits like a glove. Each milk dress achieves the painted-on effect by layering splashes from hundreds of individual photographs. The result is a calendar rightfully paying due respect to the art and legacy of pin-up photography by leaving just enough to the imagination.

If you like Jaroslav’s work, check out his latest 2015 Splash Heroes calendar.

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