London based photographer, Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz, has created a 12 month calendar inspired by retro calendars from the 1940’s pinup girl. Except the girls aren’t wearing clothes, they are wearing milk. Very fast milk.
Frozen with high speed strobes, each photograph is layered from hundreds of photographs of splashes on real models using real milk. And each of the images were taken around the world at his various workshops and seminars.
Getting inspiration from iconic images from artists like Gil Elvgren, Wieczorkiewicz takes up to 200 frames to complete an image. Then the frames are layered in Photoshop and mixed seamlessly to complete the dress.
The 2014 calendar will be available for purchase next month. You can see some more of Wieczorkiewicz’s work on his website, Aurum Light, where he showcases various concepts using liquid illustrations. (Note: Some of his images do contain nudity, so it’s NSFW)
(Via @DIY Photography)
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