Los Angeles-based artist and photographer Blake Little drenched models in over 4,500 gallons of honey for his latest project. Titled Preservation, the photo series features stunning images of people who look like they were preserved in amber.
"When I cast for the shoot I was looking for a real variety of people. There's a one and a half-year old baby up to an 85-year old woman and different body types. The honey has a way of democratizing people - to transform them in kind of a universal way," Little explained.
Little's work has been captured in a new book titled Preservation. His imageswill be exhibited at the Kopeikin Gallery in Los Angeles from March 7th to April 18th, 2015.
Here's a peek at some of the images from Preservation but to see more swing by Little's website:
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