Leonard Nimoy may be best known for his role as Spock in Star Trek, but the actor, who died on Feb 27 aged 83, was more than simply a sci-fi icon.
As well as being successful actor and all-round good guy, Leonard Nimoy was also a rather good photographer.
And in 2007 he took a series of photographs which may well come to be thought of as his most important photographic work.
The black and white images are of nude and scantily dressed larger ladies, and Leonard named them The Full Body Project.
In his artist statement, Nimoy explained that these images were a reaction to his usual photography subjects.
He stated: ‘I have worked with numerous…
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