Monday, March 30, 2015

Honey-dripped photography by Blake Little

On the set with award winning Los Angeles-based photographer Blake Little creating the photographs for his new monograph Preservation book. Edited by Bil Yoelin Blake, the book will be featured in an upcoming exhibit at Kopeikin Gallery in Los Angeles (Mar.7- Apr.18, 2015).

quote ["When you cover someone in the honey, it has the effect of making them look like they’re in amber—that they’re preserved," Little says. "And that’s how I came up with the idea and started calling the pictures the preservation photographs"].
(via Tiny Nibbles a.k.a. Violet Blue)

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