Photographer Blake Little drenches his human and canine subjects with buckets of real honey.
The results are pretty sweet. In his "Preservation" series, the photographer uses the medium as a sort of liquid amber, and it reminds me a little of poly resin. "The honey has a way of democratizing people, to transform them in kind of a universal way," Little explains in this behind-the-scenes video.
You can order a beautiful print book of the "Preservation" series here. More at the artist's website.
[via Vice Creator's Project]