Powdered Milk Angels by Jeffrey Vanhoutte

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Belgian photographer Jeffrey Vanhoutte has turned a simple milk creamer ad campaign into an extraordinary piece of art. He teamed up with dancer Noi Pakon to create a series of breath-taking photographs exploring motion, stillness, shadow and form. The powdered creamer produced by the Dutch company Kievit was used as a medium – fine granules of milk – to describe and enhance the movements of the dancer in space. In some of the last images and the video which was produced during the making of the photographs reveals an equally intriguing process from behind the scenes. The project was done in collaboration with film direction Andrè (who’s btw always ready to kick your ass!). A special, very fast flash was also used to “freeze” the particles in space as the dancer performed her movements.

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