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Preservation: human bodies covered with honey by Blake Little

Los Angeles-based photographer Blake Little has created a fantastical portrait series, titled Preservation, that captures synaesthetic images of naked human bodies totally covered with honey.

“Preservation has many meanings, from the physical to the spiritual. At the most basic – and perhaps the most important – level it can denote survival. Hence the idea of protection, inherent in the term. But while the word often implies a kind of stability, or even stasis, preservation also comes about through transformation: wild animal preserves come to exist only by being separated from hunting grounds; fruit preserves are made from hours and hours of boiling, creating a sweet, lasting essence.” – Blake Little.

More information: Website, Preservation Book, Instagram, YouTube.

Preservation: human bodies covered with honey by Blake Little
Preservation: human bodies covered with honey by Blake Little
Preservation: human bodies covered with honey by Blake Little
Preservation: human bodies covered with honey by Blake Little
Preservation: human bodies covered with honey by Blake Little
Preservation: human bodies covered with honey by Blake Little
Preservation: human bodies covered with honey by Blake Little
Preservation: human bodies covered with honey by Blake Little
Preservation: human bodies covered with honey by Blake Little
Preservation: human bodies covered with honey by Blake Little

Curated by Leandro Lima

CEO-founder of Visualflood. A Feira de Santana, Brazil-based amateur fine art photographer, among other things, who loves science, nature, visual arts, and has green as his fave color.

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