One-third A Global food waste and starvation Project
‘instant mashed potatoes’
Klaur Pichler, an Austrian artist has captured a very classy collection of rotting food. The idea behind the collectionwas to reinforce the fact that one-third supply of world’s food is left to rot while many deserving people live their life in hunger. These pictures portray the connection between wastage of food on individual level and the increasingly encumbered global food production.
In this artistic play of food Different sorts of eatables are arranged in an artistic manner and then photographed as they begin to decay and disintegrate. Images are captured in a simple black back ground as a classical still life composition. Details and colors of the rotting food have been further enhanced by using direct lighting and effects.
This collection really serves as a critique on consumer’s behavior and serves as a way of increasing awareness around the worlds most pressing issue ‘hunger’ .
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‘instant whipped cream’
left: ‘milk’ right: ‘cheese’
‘pre- fried vegetable sticks’
left: ‘cherries , right (top): blackberries, right (bottom): ‘grapes’