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Got milk? New calendar bares all using Photoshop

Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz milk calendar

Images can take up to 200 frames to complete

Forget the usual calendar designs (opens in new tab) - London based photographer Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz (opens in new tab) has decided to use some clever Photoshop (opens in new tab) skills and create a milky tribute to the 1940s. Channeling inspiration from the retro pinup girls, this will certainly catch the eye.

Frozen with high speed strobes, each photograph is layered from hundreds of photographs of splashes on real models using real milk. Inspired by artists such as Gil Elvgren (opens in new tab), Wieczorkiewicz has said that it can take up to 200 frames to reach the finished image.

Mixing the layers in Photoshop, effects and finishing touches then complete the striking image. If this has inspired you, you'll be pleased to know that the calendar will be available for purchase next month.

Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz milk calendar

Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz milk calendar

Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz milk calendar

Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz milk calendar

Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz milk calendar

See more work from Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz over on his website (opens in new tab).

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