Milky PinUps: Models Wearing Nothing But Milk

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Inspired by vintage pin-up illustrations from the 1940s and 1950s, London based photographer Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz of AurumLight Studio offered up a nice milky twist in his own pinup rendition fittingly titled Milky PinUps.

The series consists of beautiful naked women being splattered with milk and water, and shot in high speed photographs wearing these milky outfits. While the photos may look like they were done in a single, manipulated shot, the effect was actually created by layering splashes from literally hundreds of individual photographs. If you’re interested in learning how to do this, Wieczorkiewicz is offering up milk workshops in both Australia and Switzerland until the end of this year. We think this would make a great “Got Milk?” ad campaign. Of course they might have to tone things down just a bit, but we’ve seen a lot worse make its way to prime time television. We would definitely be drinking more milk if that was the case.

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