London-based artist Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz blends modern interpretations of the classic pin-up girl with high-speed liquid photography. Founder of AurumLight Studio, Wieczorkiewicz produced this playful concept, entitled Milky Pin-Ups, in which gorgeous models flaunt chic liquid dresses made out of milk. The artist explains that the project was, "Made with milk, frozen in time, and morphed into high fashion."
To create each outfit, the artist and his team splashed the white liquid onto the models and took hundreds of photographs. Caught at high-speeds, every drop can be seen in crisp detail. A number of splashes were then digitally merged together into a stylish outfit that beautifully splatters across each model's silky smooth skin. The team used original pin-up paintings by Gil Elvgren and others as reference, reproducing the sexy scenes with vibrant colors and modern flair.
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