Pic: A Look Inside America’s Refrigerators

Pic: A Look Inside America’s Refrigerators
Scott Lachut, PSFK Labs
  • 14 may 2009

Over at GOOD Magazine, they have a fantastic pictorial essay shot by photographer Mark Menjivar that explores the interiors of refrigerators from across the United States. The project, titled “You Are What You Eat,” offers an intimate glimpse into the lives of strangers by baring their eating habits for all to see. The images offer similar revelations to those found in “Hungry Planet: What the World Eats,” albeit on a more localized level. And after seeing these portraits, you probably won’t feel so bad about the state of your own fridge, 14 different kinds of condiments and a six-pack of beer aside.

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