We recently brought you art from consumption, a collection of works by Chris Jordan; here, however, are a few more pictures from this photographing artist.
Chris Jordan brings attention to the mass of waste consumption by taking collage-like pictures of the mess.
It is amazing to see just how much waste we are creating in this world today, and we have Chris Jordan to thank for bringing this to our attention.
Implications - Consumers are becoming more aware of their negative impact on the planet. As such, they're looking to rectify this problem through smarter and more conscious purchasing patterns. Corporations looking to entice eco-conscious individuals are likely to garner their attention if their wares include green initiatives that reduce harm to the planet.
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