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The Body As A Landscape For Minitature Scenes by Allan Teger

Taking aspects from much larger scale landscapes and placing them in a miniature and personal context are what makes the works of Allan Teger so intriguing. Realizing the repetition and connection between shapes and structures throughout the universe, the ‘bodyscapes‘ series of black and white photographs does a convincing job in showing just how true those similarities are. Tightroping across a mountain of breasts, diving in a naval pool, and skiing down a curvy backside are just some of the ways the body is portrayed into everyday landscapes found on our planet. As tasteful as these photos are, please keep in mind there is nudity and thus considered NSFW.

Source: designboom

Date: Aug 6, 2012  /  Views: 45  /  Author: Ambrose Leung
Category: Arts  /  Tags: Photography, Allan teger