Paula Zuccotti's new book reveals everything people touch on a daily basis. Throughout the day, we interact with a wide variety of different objects. Although these items allow us to carry out daily tasks, we rarely think about how these objects impact our lives.
Zuccotti's new book is called 'Every Thing We Touch: A 24 Hour Inventory Of Our Lives' and it explores the meaning behind everyday objects. The book reveals a series of photos that depict each of the items we come into contact with on a daily basis. The items that people touch differ based on their age, occupation, culture and daily habits. This means that what an artists uses each day varries greatly from the items used by a gardener. In total, the book reveals the habits and daily routines of 62 people from all over the world.
The book provides remarkable insight into our daily habits and how people's lives differ around the world.
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