thanks, approx 65mm lip.
the work vs-xx in your width/offset would have an ~89mm lip ..... about an 1" more, almost 1/3 more which visually would be tons.
alex cho's sp1's at 18x10 +37 had a 72mm lip for another reference.
with the 57pro, and 18x9 +38 (3mm tuck) has a 67mm lip. going to a custom ordered 9.5 +41 (flush) will get you to ~76mm lip.
in comparison, a work meister s1 2 piece will give you an 85mm lip (approx 2/3" bigger than the 57pro), same as the last wheels on jdmr2's car before he sold it. available in more colors than gram lights, afaik.
I'd bet rishie at autornd.com can get them.
gruppe-s.com (a board sponsor) is a work dealer as well, iirc.
the suspension travels inward as it goes up so running a 255/35 18 on an 18x9.5 shouldn't require "extra" camber. I would probably go with max within the factory spec though. If you want a safer offset or width or both because you want to use wider tires or because you'd prefer more clearance to more lip, just let me know.
since you wanted to get something similar to the fotochop, I'm recommending max lips which require flush fitting wheels (unlike the pic which appears to have a 5 to 10mm tuck, but it isn't real ....... ).
for the work meister s1 2 piece, I'd suggest 18x7.5 +32 A Disk (51mm lip) with a 215/35 18 in front assuming you have a big kit or are planning to get one (border is an example of a front that is big because of the way it flares out on the sides, tom's is not big, imo). If no kit then 17x7 +25 A Disk (57mm lip) with 205/40 17 or 215/40 17.
For the back, 18x9.5 +41 O Disk (85mm lip) with 255/35 18 assuming you like the look of the tires on mono's wheels.
yup, I wouldn't be special ordering any prof's right now.
since you want a safer setup, I'd go with the 17x7 +25 A disk front that I mentioned above and an 18x9 +38 (83mm lip) would be more conservative for the rear if you don't want to stretch tries as much. If you want to step up in tire size on the rear but be more conservative about rubbing/rolling, just raise the offset on the 9.5 up to +45 (4mm less lip) which will allow 275's without rubbing after rolls according to a couple or three users on the board using an 18x9.5 +45 with 275's.
for the gram lights:
17x7 +25 front Face A (36mm lip)
18x9 +38 rear Face C (67mm lip)
disk types are basically just slightly different styles of the same wheel that have more/less spoke curvature for brake clearance and/or more/less lip. the O disk from work is a lower brake clearance, more lip version of wheels while the A disk has more brake clearance and less lip (for a given width & offset). Rays calls them face types, A, B, & C. A has most brake clearance, C has most lip.