In these series of compelling close-up renditions of the nude human form, the body acts as the medium rather than the subject.
The human body has long been used as a subject across almost every possible art form, but for photographer Allan Teger, it serves as both subject and medium. With artfully done close-ups of the body and interesting figures mounted atop it, Teger presents BodyScapes, a gallery of pictures that aim to portray a new perspective on the human form.
Teger’s collection of sensual, erotic art, black and white nude photographs channel specific landscapes, where backsides and abdomens turn into ski slopes, fishing holes, golf courses; and on them, motorcycles, horses, rowboats, sailboats, biplanes, and mountain climbers frolic.
BodyScapes began as a personal project in 1976 and has now evolved into a vast collection with each image available for purchase as handmade artprints.
Check out more of BodyScapes in the gallery below:
Images from BodyScapes