OK, so this dude (crazy genius dude), photographer Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz, decided to line up a bunch of nude models that had that 1940s pin-up vibe going and photograph them in the flesh, wearing milk. High speed milk. Or rather, regular speed milk captured with high speed strobes.
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.
That sounds like a lot of work to me, but you can’t deny that the result is rather intriguing. If there’s one thing I’ve come to realize after looking at a bunch of naked models wearing dresses made out of milk, is that milk fits like a damn glove.
Sure, it’s white and pretty damn opaque, but it molds and caresses every curves better than liquid latex. When you’re checking out the pictures in the photo gallery take special notice of the nipples, the belly buttons and ass dimples (as if you need special instructions to look at tits and asses), it’s like finally having x-ray vision after all these years. Only it’s milkVISION.
Finallyyyy, clothing that fits your body sur mesure without the need to resort to a tailor, although, having someone follow you around with jugs of milk, constantly pouring and pouring and pouring, doesn’t seem very practical. But who said fashion was supposed to be practical?!
I learned a long time ago that style always beats substance To Wong Fo Thanks For Everything, Julie Newmar.
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