London-based photographer Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz has come up with quite the new fashion in his reimagined tribute to 1940s pin-up models, Milky Pin-Ups. Referencing vintage pin-up paintings from the late calendar artist Gil Elvgren, Wieczorkiewicz dressed the models in real milk, orchestrating splash after splash. The final ensembles are incredibly impressive and a product of meticulous layering of hundreds of photos of the milk in its various flight patterns. There’s no denying it this time—milk, it does a body good.
NYC-based lifestyle and editorial photographer Collin Hughes is an adventurer at heart and that same energy is echoed in his work—you can find him chasing after subjects and mixing up the scene with a fresh and modern style that combines classic portraiture with the story unfolding before him. Connecting brands and clients to their audiences through visual storytelling is Hughes’ day-to-day. When he’s not shooting commercial work, he is at play with personal projects like Any Meal, a recently born series of sit-down meals and experiences with people Hughes meets around the world.