Honey-covered humans (and a dog) pose for photographer Blake Little - Lost At E Minor: For creative people
Photographer Blake Little's images of people drenched in honey are at once breathtakingly beautiful and really rather weird. LA-based photographer Blake Little has worked with some of the biggest names in Hollywood,.
Photos by artist Blake Little who photographs honey covered humans.and dogs! (this isn't Dexter - it would take ages to get sticky honey out of his fur!
The photographer Blake Little used honey to give this effect. The gooey liquid transformes the models apperance and makes them look like ancient bugs caught in amber for the rest of time.
Preview: Blake Little’s “Preservation” at Kopeikin Gallery
Honey Covered Dog : Amazing Photography Art by Blake Little
Honey covered Humans - Blake Little’s Preservation series of photographs presented here combine the old and the new in a bold way.
Naked Models Drenched In Honey For 'Preservation' Photo Exhibit
Pouring honey all over the models of different ages, races and genders & created a series of dramatic images that look like photos of wax models. by Blake Little
Los Angeles-based photographer Blake Little covers the human body in honey and captures the sweet, sticky results. The series is titled Preservation, and it features images of nude or barely-clothed models that are coated from
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