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Naked Girls Covered In Splashed Milk: The Newest Take on Traditional Pinup Pics (NSFW)

We're willing to bet you've never seen milk look as sexy as London-based photographer Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz makes it look.

That's because Wieczorkiewicz has created a limited edition Milk Calendar 2014 that features photos of nude models wearing nothing but milk.

See also: 10 Sexiest Food Scenes in Movies (NSFW)

The photographer tells The Phobloggrapher that the calender is a follow up to last year's Milk Calendar, which was "well received." In fact the calendar won first prize and a gold medal in the Photography Competition PX3 Prix de la Photographie Paris in category Advertising.

This year he took his inspiration from the work on American pinup artist Gil Elvgren.

To create the stunning pics Wieczorkiewicz used high-speed techniques and a heck of a lot of milk. None of the milk is illustrated, but rather created by layering splashes from many individual photographs. In some cases up to 200.

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The lighting setup is important too; Wieczorkiewicz's is diagrammed in the photo at the top of the post.

If you're interested in learning more, you can always head to Switzerland to take his Milk Workshop coming up this weekend.

You can view more images from the calender and more examples of Wieczorkiewicz awesome work at The Atrium Light blog. Warning, it's definitely a NSFW site. He seems to really like naked people.

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