Photographs Document Millenials With All Their Possessions

Photographs Document Millenials With All Their Possessions

This intriguing photography project makes a thought-provoking statement about our throwaway culture.

Kyana Gordon
  • 27 february 2012

“All I Own” is a simple yet compelling project by Swedish photographer, Sannah Kvist where she asked friends (all born in the 1980s) to make a pile of everything they own – from furniture, records, computers, clothes — and bring it into the frame for a single shot. The resulting images are a visual testament to our modern lifestyle and throwaway culture.

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