Milky Pin-Ups Are Traditional-40’s Pinup Photos Made With High-Speed Milk [NSFW]

Oct 8, 2013

Udi Tirosh

Udi Tirosh is an entrepreneur, photography inventor, journalist, educator, and writer based in Israel. With over 25 years of experience in the photo-video industry, Udi has built and sold several photography-related brands. Udi has a double degree in mass media communications and computer science.

Milky Pin-Ups Are Traditional-40’s Pinup Photos Made With High-Speed Milk [NSFW]

Oct 8, 2013

Udi Tirosh

Udi Tirosh is an entrepreneur, photography inventor, journalist, educator, and writer based in Israel. With over 25 years of experience in the photo-video industry, Udi has built and sold several photography-related brands. Udi has a double degree in mass media communications and computer science.

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London based photographer Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz is known for taking high speed photography to the extreme. (And for poking at a $12K Profoto setup with a $500 Einstein).

Milky Pin-Ups Are Traditional-40S Pinup Photos Made With High-Speed Milk [NSFW]

Jaroslav’s latest endeavor involves nostalgia, naked girls and some incredibly well executed high speed photographs of milk.

The project aims at creating a pin up calendar inspired by the popular pinup calendars of the 40’s and 50’s. Only instead of clothing, the models are wearing milk. Milk frozen with high speed strobes.

As an inspiration, Jaroslav looks at illustrations done for pinup calendars by Gil Elvgren, Alberto Vargas, Greg Hildebrandt and more which were featured on Brown & Bigelow calendars.

Milky Pin-Ups Are Traditional-40S Pinup Photos Made With High-Speed Milk [NSFW]

While none of the milk is illustrated, it is created from layering splashes from hundreds of individual photographs. Each taken with (real) milk splashed across (real) bodies.

Milky Pin-Ups Are Traditional-40S Pinup Photos Made With High-Speed Milk [NSFW]

The lighting setup is made with an Einstein E640 bounced of a silver parabolic umbrella for key and another E640 shooting through a strip-light for kick.

Milky Pin-Ups Are Traditional-40S Pinup Photos Made With High-Speed Milk [NSFW]

Here is a look at 9 out of the 12 months, with 3 yet to be published photographs.

Milky Pin-Ups Are Traditional-40S Pinup Photos Made With High-Speed Milk [NSFW]

Milky Pin-Ups Are Traditional-40S Pinup Photos Made With High-Speed Milk [NSFW]

Milky Pin-Ups Are Traditional-40S Pinup Photos Made With High-Speed Milk [NSFW]

Milky Pin-Ups Are Traditional-40S Pinup Photos Made With High-Speed Milk [NSFW]

Milky Pin-Ups Are Traditional-40S Pinup Photos Made With High-Speed Milk [NSFW]

Milky Pin-Ups Are Traditional-40S Pinup Photos Made With High-Speed Milk [NSFW]

If you are in Lucerne, Switzerland this weekend you can join in on taking the last photo in a workshop. Or you can order the calendar starting November.

[Milky Pin-Ups | Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz]

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130 responses to “Milky Pin-Ups Are Traditional-40’s Pinup Photos Made With High-Speed Milk [NSFW]”

  1. marcus Avatar
    marcus

    im freakin speechless love it

  2. Nathan Avatar
    Nathan

    For once I’m wowed by something new. Did the models have to hold/recreate the same pose each time? Lots and lots of hard work here, but worth it for the truly unique results.

    1. lindsayanng Avatar
      lindsayanng

      I’m guessing they had to recreate it pretty damn closely.

      1. Zack stan Avatar
        Zack stan

        Probably photoshop the best pose and face expression but bring in different the different milk textures that he liked out of 100 photos but deffinately did take the model keeping a really similar pose

        1. MH_0426 Avatar
          MH_0426

          I’m sure professional photographers don’t use Photoshop. They more than likely have their own photo editing methods and stuff like that.

          1. Cherish Camille Avatar
            Cherish Camille

            Photoshop, along with other Adobe software is still the most widely used among professional photographers.

          2. T. Rob Brown Avatar
            T. Rob Brown

            <— pro photographer. Yes, the majority of my fellow pro photographers (as do I) use Adobe Photoshop Extended CS6.

          3. fourthletter Avatar
            fourthletter

            Photo editing methods that are still done in Photoshop.

          4. dr3w Avatar
            dr3w

            Photoshop is pretty industry standard.

          5. Rafaello Myles Avatar
            Rafaello Myles

            Don’t talk bull, Photoshop is widely used among professional photographers. It’s a must have and these pictures would not look so damn good without it.

          6. Luke Gallucci Avatar
            Luke Gallucci

            No they pretty much use photoshop or Lightroom.

        2. Sean Sopata Avatar
          Sean Sopata

          Photoshop is specifically designed for editing photos (it’s in the name) and is still the most widely used (pssh, whatever, MSPaint 4 Life!), and although it is used for building artwork from the ground up, it’s original design is for working on photos. Most artists I know use Photoshop for working with camera-originated photos, and with something like CorelPainter for original work.

          1. Ben Jenkins Avatar
            Ben Jenkins

            what

  3. Jonas Avatar
    Jonas

    Something, something, lactose intolerance. Otherwise, brilliant photographs and composites!

  4. Marius Avatar
    Marius

    nice.. but im sure you can do it faster with a 3d program and something like glue3d or realflow. in the end.. it looks a bit CGish anyway, even when it´s not.

    1. Tom Avatar
      Tom

      I think your missing the point -_- Yeah your totally right it could have been done 100% faster with computers and 3D programs. But he did this with a camera, some naked women, and a lot of milk and skill and patience. The end result is something far more substantial than just “another 3D image.”

      1. O.E. Avatar
        O.E.

        Not to forget the fun factor with the naked women part.

        1. 3rdStoneMan Avatar
          3rdStoneMan

          Ahem…not to mention the fun factor with the naked women part!!!

      2. Dimitri Loginowski Avatar
        Dimitri Loginowski

        no actually its not “more substantial”. in fact CG can look exactly like this and you wouldnt be able to tell this apart. of course you would photo naked women first. that is a given. just because you can dig with a spoon, that doesnt mean that the hole is any more “substantial” than one done with a shovel…

        1. lindsayanng Avatar
          lindsayanng

          You missed one of the BIGGEST points is that doing things IN CAMERA has a different skill set than doing them inside a computer. He used a technical skillset to create an amazing rendering that we have never seen before.

          You are hugely missing the point. He’s showing that what LOOKS like 3D can actually be achieved inside of a camera.

          1. Jeff Avatar
            Jeff

            Except that in the end it’s all done in a computer anyway since he’s layering and blending hundreds of splash images for each final photo…

    2. K S B Avatar
      K S B

      That’s really silly. With your logic, why do anything without a computer these days? The answer is simple: you get more personal satisfaction for accomplishing great things with minimal automated help.

    3. Justin Evans Avatar
      Justin Evans

      typical programmer. Wouldn’t want to actually be around naked ladies but at home in his basement with only his computer;)

  5. Rick Avatar
    Rick

    Great concept but I think he’s milking it a bit. :P

  6. Fabián Vargas Avatar
    Fabián Vargas

    Increible!!! Muy buen trabajo.

    Un saludo.

    Fabián
    http://blog.fabianvargas.com.es

  7. MJJPrincess Avatar
    MJJPrincess

    OMG I SO FUCKING LOVE THIS WOULD LOOOOVE TO SIT IN ON A SHOOT LIKE THIS as I am a photographer in hopes to get this good.. so freaking cool….

  8. ted Avatar
    ted

    milk it’s good for the bone(s).. sorry had to say it

  9. Bryce Leland Carlson Avatar
    Bryce Leland Carlson

    Very nicely done.

  10. june Avatar
    june

    actually, as a body painter by profession…i can tell you that all those women and are actually painted white…if you look closely at the edges, even an untrained eye can see….yes he did layer splash milk photographs over it…but originally the bodies are first painted in white….
    candyfacepainting.com

    1. Kauffy Avatar
      Kauffy

      “While none of the milk is illustrated, it is created from layering
      splashes from hundreds of individual photographs. Each taken with (real)
      milk splashed across (real) bodies.”

      1. DINO Avatar
    2. lindsayanng Avatar
      lindsayanng

      that is not true at all.. and you don’t have to be a “trained body painter” to see body paint.

    3. Kevin Anderson Avatar
      Kevin Anderson

      Except you’re wrong, and he documented the whole process.

      So as a body painter by profession, why don’t you stop trying to apply critical thinking to anything, since you’re vastly underqualified.

      For god’s sake man, there’s video of his process and an explanation.

      All I can say to you sir, is DERP.

  11. Reinhard Nell Avatar
    Reinhard Nell

    I’ve seen a milk shoot before that was damn awesome concept and results but this project OMS! It is amazing! Very well done!

  12. Jorge Galrito Avatar
    Jorge Galrito

    I think the one on the scale just farted.

    1. Lorri A Avatar
      Lorri A

      LOL – I had to go back and take a second look, I think you’re right. :D

    2. Elizabeth Avatar
      Elizabeth

      LOL!!!!!!!!!!! I believe so!

  13. Paul Van Rensburg Avatar
    Paul Van Rensburg

    amazing shots!

  14. 3rdStoneMan Avatar
    3rdStoneMan

    Absolutely fantastic. One of the most impressive photo shoots I have seen in a while! Love the concept and the results are incredible. Wish I were in Switzerland this weekend. Keep up the great work.

  15. Mike Hoyle Avatar
    Mike Hoyle

    very effective and original

  16. Eric Scoles Avatar
    Eric Scoles

    man i bet that studio stank after this.

    1. MIKEHUNT Avatar
      MIKEHUNT

      Yeah like tuna milk….lol

  17. Guest Avatar
    Guest

    Such a shame that so much milk was wasted when families with children are hungry and homeless.

    1. Jake Avatar
      Jake

      Pretend to ‘care’ somewhere else. Such a shame we have so much water that we piss in it. If you use a toilet then shut up.

      1. Guest Avatar
        Guest

        Congratulations for being a Troll jake. The art is great, no question, but when people were discussing whether or not to do this with CG/3D techniques, or alike, I can comment on the waste of the food. Way to post anonymously too, coward.

        1. Kevin Anderson Avatar
          Kevin Anderson

          We can’t save everyone in the world, and we’ve already compromised our entire human civilisation by focusing on short term problems instead of long term problems.

          If we spent all our time worrying about the areas and cultures of this world that are failing and trying to bring up them to our level, we’ll end up diverting resources that could be put to better use.

          1. colin Avatar
            colin

            the entire human race consists of the entire human race. just saying if there failing its our better to bring them up. then theres the thought that maybe they are just succeeding in a way were are failing. OH OH Got Milk…

          2. Tynam Avatar
            Tynam

            Ummm… there _is_ no better possible use for resources.

            It’s OK to mean “I live in a rich country and can afford it and I like it that way”; most of us do. But don’t pretend that not helping the rest of the world is some kind of moral achievement.

          3. Kevin Anderson Avatar
            Kevin Anderson

            That’s not true.

            Not every human has an intrinsic value, and people will realise it the day we eventually have to leave most of us behind to die.

            Someday this planet will be doomed, and humanity will leave.

            Do you really think we’ll have the logistical capability to take 12 billion or more people off the planet?

            Billions of people who aren’t of any real worth will be left behind to die.

            Morals are subjective. What do your morals say about saving the person versus saving the civilisation?

          4. Tynam Avatar
            Tynam

            My morals say that the person who thinks other human beings don’t have value should _definitely_ be the first one we leave to die. Out of common sense.

            Oh, you meant that _other_ human beings have no intrinsic value, but _you_ are special and worthy? Like fuck. Disregard for others makes you a liability no matter what else you do or have.

            A thousand of you will never equal one Malala Yousafzai – so while we’re “focusing on long-term problems”, why not take all your resources and give them to her? She’ll definitely do something more useful and long-term than you would.

            (Answer: because thankfully the rest of us don’t think like you.)

            Bonus points for implying that the heat-death of the earth in 600 million years is somehow the real reason you should be self-centred now. Because screwing the rest of humanity and helping yourself will _totally_ improve how we deal with that.

          5. Kevin Anderson Avatar
            Kevin Anderson

            That’s not a moral, that’s an opinion.

            I never listed myself in any category. Again you are taking an emotional stance to a question posed legitimately.

            Several times you mention myself as self centered, but I never made any claim that this concept was based around me.

            The simple truth of the matter is that Earth has limited funds and resources, and some of those resources need to be directed towards long term goals like space exploration, genetic research and technological development.

            If we bent the full force of the Earth’s potential towards things like starvation and poverty, yes, we could probably raise the low bar in areas of the world, but at the cost of also limiting the high bar of achievement.

            I also would point out to you that the heat death of the Earth is not the only way in which this planet may come to an end, and it is foolish to dedicate all our resources to problems with intractable issues and ultimately no benefit to solving.

            NASA pays more respect to sky watching for asteroids or radiative risks than our politicians do, and I happen to think they are a fairly intelligent organisation.

            If you asked engineers at NASA, do you think they would say they need more funding for deep space exploration, or that the funding should be shoveled into funding anti starvation programs in Africa?

            Malala is a nice girl and brave for a kid. She got shot and she left the country. Her impact on the region is yet to be determined, but an objective view of it, not skewed by your emotional state, has to conclude that as of yet she has not really moved the bar in Pakistan, especially in the Swat Valley.

          6. Tynam Avatar
            Tynam

            “If we bent the full force of the Earth’s potential towards things like starvation and poverty, yes, we could probably raise the low bar in areas of the world, but at the cost of also limiting the high bar of achievement.”

            Ah, _now_ I understand your misconception. And it is – your statement is flat out wrong. It’s a false choice. Not merely false, but the opposite of correct. The _only_ way to raise the high bar is to raise the low.

            The biggest thing preventing smart long-term goals – better science, orbital work, leaving the planet – is that the vast majority of our great scientists never get to see a physics textbook; the vast majority
            of our genius engineers live in starvation and poverty and never touch a rocket. Only a fraction of the world’s population get to contribute to the problem at all. And that’s a killer.

            Science is a cumulative effort, Kevin – more scientists means more progress.

            (I took your challenge and asked a rocket engineer – I happen to know one. Not NASA, since I live in the UK, but close enough. She thought it was patently ridiculous to suggest that feeding African children somehow _prevented_ deep space exploration.)

            The resource cost to solve the world’s starvation / poverty problem is _tiny_. It’s massively less than the amount we currently waste on guard labour because the problem hasn’t been solved. The wealth we already possess is _far_ more than enough to do the job.

            It’s not a fraction of 1% of what the smart long-term infrastructure projects will cost.

            (And of course Malala’s impact is yet to be determined – but it’s not zero, or nobody would be shooting at her. It’s certainly more than that of any fool who sits elsewhere going “oh no, we can’t help anyone, improving the world economy would stop us mining the asteroids”.)

          7. malala makes a good target Avatar
            malala makes a good target

            Malala’s impact has nothing to do with her getting shot. They shoot anyone over there, regardless of impact. The fact that she disagreed with them was basis enough.

          8. Tynam Avatar
            Tynam

            The fact that they _noticed_ her disagreeing with them was basis enough.

            It’s a subtle point, but an important one. Her work was having an effect already; that’s why they were angry.

          9. Kevin Anderson Avatar
            Kevin Anderson

            I didn’t speak only of the starvation problem, but of the second and third order consequences.

            What happens when you solve a starvation problem without solving cultural problems including over population? You simply create another strain on the system.

            And yes, the effort involved in raising things like wages and education and poverty in the areas of the world that are stricken with these things are quite expensive.

            None of your claims are backed by anything. You claim that to solve the world problems with starvation costs a fraction of 1% of what? Of all high technology projects in the pipeline at the moment?

            That’s a fairly serious statement to make.

            It’s also fairly inaccurate.

            If there is so much money in the world right now, why is it that things like space exploration gets funded at such a deplorable rate? Surely there is money for it?

            Are you aware that space exploration, something that justifiably should be the most important expenditure to mankind, is 0.05% of world GDP?

            Per capita, we spend about 50 dollars per person in the US on space. It’s about 8 dollars in Europe, and goes down from there.

            This is something that a solid percent of our world production should be geared towards.

            Having anything less than 10% of total world production geared towards space exploration is criminal.

          10. Tynam Avatar
            Tynam

            “What happens when you solve a starvation problem without solving cultural problems including over population?”

            Well, historically, what happens is that those problems solve themselves, _very_ quickly. Because overpopulation isn’t a “cultural” problem, it’s a poverty problem. (How was the overpopulation problem “solved” in the US? It didn’t need to be; rich people self-regulate the number of children they have, very effectively. It’s only poor people who don’t have a choice.)

            Yes, raising education and food supply is very expensive. But armies are much more so, and we pay for those without blinking. The estimated total cost of the Iraq/Afghanistan War (including interest on loans taken to pay for it, etc.) is over $3.2 _trillion_. Even if you only count the direct spending – money actually spent directly on the army by the DoD – the figure is over $750 billion.

            If a school building in Iraq cost $10million, and each school needed 50 staff (it doesn’t) paid $100,000 a year (obviously, real wages are nothing like this high), that $750 billion would have been enough money for 12,500 schools during the same period.

            Do you think we might _possibly_ have had better results in the area by funding 12,000 schools than by bombing large parts of it flat? ‘Cause I do.

            By comparison to your fraction of a percent on space exploration, 25% of the US labour economy is in “guard labour” – than is, either unemployment or work which produces nothing, gains no knowledge, and keeps poor people busy protecting the property of the rich. (Yes, that’s hyperbole… but the amount isn’t; look it up.)

            As for solving starvation: there is _already_ enough food. The starvation problem has nothing to do with agricultural capacity and everything to do with corruption, violence and a few parasitic corporations.

            (And why do we spend nothing on space? You _know_ the answer to that, Kevin – it’s because politicians don’t care about anything that doesn’t pay off before the next election, and the population are too busy being distracted by artificial crises to make them.)

          11. Kevin Anderson Avatar
            Kevin Anderson

            Your last paragraph is the only thing worth reading, and supports my comment.

            Politicians and the people that support them are only able to look at short sighted goals, short term problems that should be ignored in favor of long term goals.

          12. Tynam Avatar
            Tynam

            This is true. Your proposed solution appears to be “ignore that problem, hope it goes away, and despise humans generally in the mean time”. I suggest that this will not, in fact, lead to asteroid mining.

            If you want humans to work on the long term, you need to (a) educate them, and (b) not have them be too busy trying to stay alive this week. Hence, the urgent need to help other people instead of sitting around feeling superior.

          13. Kevin Anderson Avatar
            Kevin Anderson

            My solution is don’t trainwreck the entire planet fixing a problem that isn’t a problem.

            The world isn’t going to crumble if we don’t solve starvation in Africa.

            Whether or not a country in the interior of Africa is completely depopulated of people or not has very little to do with the continued technological advancement of the human race.

            Is it awful? Absolutely. It’s emotionally heartbreaking.

            But we can’t expend all our energy trying to save everyone, or we won’t save anyone.

          14. Tynam Avatar
            Tynam

            Fixing global education and starvation problems is the cheapest, easiest, most reliable way to improve our technical advancement. It is cheaper and more productive than ANYTHING else we can do. You are flat out, completely, wrong.

            It’s only the arrogance of privilege that lets you look at that mass of engineers, mathematicians and scientists – none of whom will ever contribute anything to our advancement – and say “isn’t a problem”.

            All our advancement to date was achieved by the less than 5% of the species in a position to do so. Give the other 95% a chance to engineer… and we make 20 times as much progress.

            The vast majority of the technical capability of the human species is wasted because the people who have it are too busy starving.

          15. Guest Avatar
            Guest

            There you go again, assuming we need “all the resources” where you forget that food grows. From trees, I might add.

          16. Davis Bigelow Avatar
            Davis Bigelow

            In my youth, the world was going to end due to starvation – induced
            by overpopulation – and that most certainly would all take place by the
            year 2000. (I didn’t believe it then either, but lots of people did.)
            And while I’m ranting, I should also mention that in the old history
            books, the earth was claimed to be much younger and the dinosaurs lived
            not nearly so long ago as the books now claim. It amazes me how carbon
            dating done today can yield such a different result in yesteryear – the
            process is done the same way as before ( so the “better technology now
            days” card can’t be played here). And what is the definition of
            insanity? Doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different
            result? Perhaps not. Perhaps real insanity is doing the same test over
            and over and getting a drastically different result that then gets
            believed by millions of us. My point is, experts have a poor track
            record in the truth telling department, so don’t swallow everything you
            hear, because the experts are sometimes not even as accurate as 1960’s
            weathermen. The fact is, and it is a fact, the entire current population
            of the earth could be fed sufficiently if the entire Canadian province
            of Saskatchewan was put under cultivation. The real problem is the same
            problem as there has nearly always been – greed leading to corruption.
            And the result of corruption, mingled with greed, is that the poor and
            powerless suffer and die. And until everyone gets that and then behaves
            themselves, no amount of food will save us. Greed and corruption only
            lead one place – and if you look back at history, I won’t have to tell
            you what that unhappy place is.

            Just a thought or two while you all argue among yourselves from such shaky positions of supposed strength. Be careful who’s wagon you hitch yourself to.
            Davis

          17. Guest Avatar
            Guest

            So you’re generalizing a group of people for having intellectual limitations where you have none to defend your own inaction, and yet even still you persist as being part of the problem rather, by causing insult and injury, to satisfy your own deficit in emotional neediness. Fascinating. May I write a study on your psychological reasoning.

        2. Ben Avatar
          Ben

          If you practice what you preach, make sure you don’t ever consume a single resource when you are shooting. Wanna be humanitarian? Go somewhere else.

        3. filmnotpixels Avatar
          filmnotpixels

          Milk won’t solve being homeless.
          Milk won’t solve being hungry.

      2. Sean Sopata Avatar
        Sean Sopata

        Come on … don’t you know that milk is not a renewable resource? ZOMG WE’RE RUNNING OUT OF COWS!!

    2. Justin Evans Avatar
      Justin Evans

      I don’t think it was wasted but if you’re worried about it, I’ll lick up as much as I can from the ladies:)

      1. Lorri A Avatar
        Lorri A

        So noble of you to offer, ;)

      2. B. Avatar
        B.

        Grossest thing I’ll read all day, thanks.

      3. harry tuttle Avatar
        harry tuttle

        you sure are milking this for all it’s worth

    3. Alice Avatar
      Alice

      No use crying over spilt milk.

    4. fourthletter Avatar
      fourthletter

      Define wasted? If he had not bought the milk is would not have magically appeared with poor families.

    5. baker_tony Avatar
      baker_tony

      Why on EARTH are you typing on a forum when you could rush out and feed/clothe/shelter some hungry children? You hypercritical MONSTER!!!

      1. 2ft1st Avatar
        2ft1st

        Freerice.com

        Multi-task.

    6. David Elliott Avatar
      David Elliott

      Hey guys, just cool it a little. You all seem to be shredding each other to pieces with your words on here like your lives/reputation are depending on it.

      Disagreement is fine, but please don’t turn it into a mud slinging contest and devalue each other. Actions are worth a thousand words, and none of you have the ability to judge a whole person’s character or hypocrisy or lack of it based on a few words shared on this thread.

    7. Ben Jenkins Avatar
      Ben Jenkins

      Pretty sure milk is overproduced right now and there is more supply than there is demand. But go ahead, hell why are we eating 3 meals a day when 1 could go to the hungry and homeless?

  18. CalTek Avatar
    CalTek

    Give that man a cookie. Very cool concept

  19. emma Avatar
    emma

    that`s pretty awesome

  20. theWizardofBOD Avatar
    theWizardofBOD

    Awesome!!!

  21. Bruce Avatar
    Bruce

    Milk… It does a body good…

  22. Keith Hammond Avatar
    Keith Hammond

    check out Jarek’s The Trial bts vid, http://aurumlight.com/!videos

  23. lybram Avatar
    lybram

    ‘let’s waste milk and objectify women at the SAME TIME’

    1. fourthletter Avatar
      fourthletter

      Is Milk a resource in short supply? And do the models not have the right to choose how they use their own bodies?

    2. Max Avatar
      Max

      As Elvira once said in an interview: “Opportunity only gives you knockers once”.

    3. James Avatar
      James

      @Iybram; You’re missing the point. Objectifying women has nothing to do with this series. At the end of the day you do need to come up with an image that anyone can identify with and just like without getting into the clever creative stuff. I like these photos, they’re nice to look at but that doesn’t make the girls an object. The Photog has an interest in high speed work and from that took the idea of using fluids to dress the models. The Models would have either volunteered to take part or have been paid and it was entirely their decision, no one is being used.
      Wasting milk? Perhaps, but it’s just the medium he chose to work with. Maybe daVinci was wasting his oils?

      1. Noone Avatar
        Noone

        I’m sure a lot of women in the prostitution industry choose to take part as well as get paid for their services. Doesn’t mean women aren’t being objectified in said industry. I’m pretty sure what he’s trying to say it the fact the people think it’s interesting just because there are pictures of half naked women covered in white substance is silly and boring. It would have been much more “creative, clever, and interesting” if these were all different species of monkeys in pin up girl poses. I can write the ABC’s in my feces, oh let let me draw boobs while I’m at it and call it art.

        I’m an artist and if I chose blood as my medium and cut my wrists open, it also doesn’t make it unwasteful just because it was my choice to use my fluids as a medium.

        It’s just a sad attempt at shock value.

  24. Mebrithiel Avatar
    Mebrithiel

    Sploosh

  25. Gustavo Avatar
    Gustavo

    Amazing! Well done!

  26. Frank Avatar
    Frank

    Or you could use photoshop and give the milk to starving children

    1. fourthletter Avatar
      fourthletter

      He bought the milk he didn’t take it from anyone, Milk is not in short supply had he not bought it for the photo shoot it would not have magically appeared with starving children or poor families.

    2. Rick Avatar
      Rick

      Don’t know much about the dairy industry do you. Tens of thousands of gallons of milk are disposed of every day worldwide either for lack of a market or due to production quota limits set by price supports.

  27. Tom Butler Avatar
    Tom Butler

    What the Swiss won’t due with dairy.

  28. XTINA Avatar
    XTINA

    I think this is stoopid. Now do one with HOT men covered in milkshakes then you’ll have something!

    1. Lorri A Avatar
      Lorri A

      Oooh yes, I’m there! LOL.

  29. william Avatar
    william

    I love it… :)

  30. Guest Avatar
    Guest

    Cream my pants.

  31. Raz Avatar
    Raz

    It does a body good!

    1. Raz Avatar
      Raz

      AMAZING work!!

  32. MetaLibra Avatar
    MetaLibra

    Really interesting concepts and the photos are very intriguing… But I just find the thought, that it’s a person being covered in a liquid that’s designed for calves’ nourishment and growth, a little strange.

    1. Richard Seamon Avatar
      Richard Seamon

      Maybe that’s why the models have indeed got it on their calves.

      1. MetaLibra Avatar
        MetaLibra

        Thank you for making me laugh! :D

        1. insert name here Avatar
          insert name here

          I suppose they could have used breast milk from women but I bet that’d take a while to obtain enough of them

  33. Mark Robbins Avatar
    Mark Robbins

    i suddenly have this craving fi=or home-baked chocolate chip cookies

  34. Alan Duval Avatar
    Alan Duval

    Holy Cow!

  35. et7 Avatar
    et7

    take the long way home.. et7

  36. BigWhoopWannaFightAboutIt Avatar
    BigWhoopWannaFightAboutIt

    Damn.

  37. Jana Ingman Avatar
    Jana Ingman

    These are really awesome

  38. GEAH Avatar
    GEAH

    Weird.

  39. kassim Avatar
    kassim

    Nutritious.

  40. Garth O'Dowd Avatar
    Garth O’Dowd

    Got Milf?

  41. bonerjones7 Avatar
    bonerjones7

    Got milk?

  42. Kathleen Beilke Avatar
    Kathleen Beilke

    Milk…..it does a body good!

  43. CaddyOne LoveChrist Avatar
    CaddyOne LoveChrist

    Got milk?

  44. marcie Avatar
    marcie

    what about the real concept of pin up girls, I mean REAL WOMEN? These are models, perfect bodies, no fleash and bone girls. Revise the concepts, dudes

    1. TheTruthHurts129 Avatar
      TheTruthHurts129

      Uh, models are real women too. Women are women…

      I get it, you don’t want women to be judged so harshly on their physical appearance and you think models put up an unrealistic standard. But here you are, judging the models harshly by their physical appearance. Dont be a hypocrite

      1. marcie Avatar
        marcie

        Nobody is judging. I want to see the old concept of pin up girls, thats all. If I wanted to see models, I would look at a runaway parade.

        1. lindsayanng Avatar
          lindsayanng

          You CLEARLY insunuated that the girls in the pictures are not “real”.. but i bet if you ask their mommas who pushed them out they would disagree.

          Your comment is nothing but an angry person who doesn’t seem to like to see body types outside of their own.

          1. marcie Avatar
            marcie

            they are not real looking, come on!
            be honest! not all the women in the world look that way!!!
            you know what?
            Whatever! ;) peace

          2. lindsayanng Avatar
            lindsayanng

            Who are you to say what WOMAN is REAL LOOKING!! Can you not wrap your head around the fact that ALL women are REAL WOMEN! You decreeing that these women are somehow not real women is just as bad as me saying that fat women aren’t real women, they’re just beasts.

            ALL body types exist among women. ALL ARE FUCKING REAL you hippocrate

  45. klixx photography Avatar
    klixx photography

    great work

  46. salacius crumb Avatar
    salacius crumb

    let’s see…high speed milk…and a super high speed computer, sorry.

  47. David Elliott Avatar
    David Elliott

    I feel like I should be crying… so much spilt milk!

  48. Chris Jepson Avatar
    Chris Jepson

    Makes me thirsty.

  49. Sita Carolina Avatar
    Sita Carolina

    I have to admit that the end results are absolutely stunning but when I think about all the wasted milk and all the people in the world who would kill to have some clean water, let alone some nutritious milk, these images looses its magic on me…

    http://preciouss2photo.blogspot.com/

  50. Daphne Telgenkamp Avatar
    Daphne Telgenkamp

    Great concept, love it…

  51. Karen Smith Avatar
    Karen Smith

    Creative, but just weird…

  52. harry tuttle Avatar
    harry tuttle

    milk…it does a body good.

  53. 2ft1st Avatar
    2ft1st

    Yuck! I don’t think I could drink milk after seeing this. XP