Yesterday,Mark Menijivar posted his project “You are What You Eat” on GOOD/Magazine, and exploration of hunger in pictures. For the project, Menjivar photographed the refrigerator’s of strangers, and each photograph features a some information about the individual’s career, household size, and interesting trivia. It’s a fascinating set, and you should check it out.
I enjoy fridge pictures more than say, desktop or workspace pictures, because they tend to be subject to more change, documenting what a person (or household) is eating at particular times.
Looks like we need to tidy up! Featuring: kitty thyroid medicine, buttermilk, a zested orange, potato water saved for soup, tvorog, leftover Cuban-style black beans (probably due for a toss), fontina, and four saved egg yolks among other things.