Sculptural Photographs of People and Animals Covered in Gallons of Sticky Honey

For his latest project titled "Preservation", photographer Blake Little asked people to strip naked and pose in front of a monochromatic backdrop while his assistants poured gallons of honey on them. Models representing a diverse range of ages, backgrounds and body types were completely covered in sticky goo, resulting in sculptural figures that appear to be frozen in resin. In a recent interview with The Huffington Post, Little said, “Preservation began through a process of experimenting with honey. Initially, I started shooting the way it pours and drips on just the face or specific areas of the body. After several sessions, it became clear that completely covering the figure as much as possible and with varying thicknesses created a quality that I had never seen before." His solo show opens at Kopeikin Gallery in Culver City, CA from March 7.


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