There seems to be a sweeping epidemic running rampant through our generation: an incurable condition in which one needs to document every piece of food one eats throughout the day.
In a collage.
Perhaps it’s the allure of a year in which we weren’t even born yet that makes the 1977 filter of the sushi rolls worthy of capturing on film. Maybe it’s the black and white Willow filter that turns our apple into art. Or, quite possibly, it’s the filter named after a great lake we just couldn’t remember the name of in geography class that makes our breakfast burrito bona fide photography.
Now that I’ve finally obtained a smart phone of my own and joined the ranks of the 21st century, I’ve noticed there have been some unloved objects that haven’t been documented via the Instagrams.
This is the Instagram for the unsung, undocumented heroes of inanimate objects:
An Ode to the Paperclip
More than Functionality
Always Underneath, Never on Top
Don’t Push My Buttons
My Trash, Your Treasure
The Anatomy of a Q-Tip
These exquisite art collages are available for purchase.*