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From a Series on Identity and Commodification

More of the Good Stuff
More of the Good Stuff

A long time ago I started working on a series about how we commodify people and their identities. I was playing around with advertising slogans on grocery bags and how those slogans can be used to replace food with people (not in a cannibalistic sense but as something to be looked at as a consumable or a flavor-du-jour). I’ll pick it up again when I get the chance and see if I can do more with it. Let me know what you think of the idea and the execution in this image.

The original is a whole-plate (6.5 by 8.5 inch) hand-coated palladium print on Bergger COT320 100% cotton rag heavy-weight paper.