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    • Elcodigodebarras

      Strawberries Decaying Food Photographs Highlight Global Food Waste...

    • Brooke Toczylowski

      This still life of rotting strawberries is part of a disgusting thought-provoking new series by Klaus Pichler called One Third, created as a commentary on global food waste. According to the UN, one-third of global food production isn’t eaten, and the largest portion of the waste occurs in northern industrialized nations.

    • Pia Eulogio

      Rotting Food is Pretty in Still Life Photography? Klaus Pichler created “One Third” as a commentary on food wastage. According to the UN, a third of global food production is lost or wasted.

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