The Honey Covered Humans of L.A Artist Blake Little.
American artist Blake Little started experimenting with the human body and mediums that can be used in tandem with skin. This investigation lead him to ‘Preservation‘, his recently-completely project and monograph, which adds a ‘sweet’ sculptural quality to his portfolio.
Little started to cover humans in tubs of honey while he was photographing them in his studio. He used people from a diverse range of ages, ethnicities and body types which you can see from the images in this post.
To get more info on Blake head over to his website: blakelittle.com and to get info on the Preservation book and to order a copy head here: preservationbook.com
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