Incredible pictures show calendar girls wearing dresses made of MILK
- Amazing shots are not digitally altered, simply layered individual pictures
- Work of Polish born, London based photographer Jaroslav Wieczorkiewiz
- Each image requires around 200 frames
- Model is covered in pints of milk, captured in fast exposure shots
- 1950's inspired photo set is set to become a calender
By Katy Winter
Milky Pin-Ups is a photo series of old-fashioned, 50s-style glamour girls - dressed entirely in dairy produce.
The incredible fluid shots are the work of photographer Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz, who specialises in working with liquid.
Unbelievably they are not created using any tricks or computer imagery - each girl is actually covered in pints and pints of milk to create the shots.
Dream Girl: Milk pin ups, created by Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz, in which dairy produce is used to create the 'dresses'
The photos are based on the pin ups popular in the 1950's and have a fun flirty feel to them
'We work with specific light and pretty normal cameras,' Jaroslav explains, 'there is no magic behind it.'
The rather messy shoots see a model, clad only in bikini bottoms, having a jug of milk poured over parts of her body by an assistant as Jaroslav captures the movement of the liquid using fast exposure.