• Sexy, Wearable Milk

    London-based artist Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz uses high-speed photography to create modern interpretations of pinup girls.
  • Sexy, Wearable Milk

    Artist Wieczorkiewicz's forthcoming calendar features models like this one posing in classic pin-up fashion wearing dresses make of spilled milk.
  • Sexy, Wearable Milk

    To create these milk dresses, Wieczorkiewicz splashed the liquid onto the models and took hundreds of photographs.
  • Sexy, Wearable Milk

    Wieczorkiewicz merged dozens of photos of splashed milk together to create these stylish, pin-up girl outfits.
  • Sexy, Wearable Milk

    These pin-up girl images were created by layering milk splashes from hundreds of photographs.
  • Sexy, Wearable Milk

    Wieczorkiewicz's work was created by pouring milk over his models then snapping hundreds of digital photographs.
  • Sexy, Wearable Milk

    Wieczorkiewicz used original pin-up paintings by Gil Elvgren and others.
  • Sexy, Wearable Milk

    Wieczorkiewicz's images were inspired by original pin-up paintings from the 1930s and 1940s.
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