Showing viewers what the inside of our bodies may look like in a non medical way, photographers Luke Evans and Josh Lake actually swallow 35 mm film to make their bodies photography series as genuine as it can possibly be.
The abstract bodies photography series aptly called ‘Inside Out’ shows us the insides of Evan’s and Lake’s body in all its mesmerizing details.
"The bumps, scratches and marks left on the damaged emulsion surface from our bodies were examined through a scanning electron microscope," says the duo behind the project that is gaining acclaim for its originality.
The London-Based duo are putting their BA degrees in graphic design and photography to good use and showing viewers a completely different perspective of what their inside’s could look like.
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