Rich Hendry's 'Data Banks' Captures Empty Storage Rooms

 - May 18, 2009   Updated: Aug 15 2011
References: richhendry & behance.net
In theory, the data banks Rich Hendry photographs for his set of the same name should be full of life. After all, they hold our financial information, embarrassing photos, Twitter updates, and random blog musings. The images in this stoic photo set prove otherwise.

We've seen a number of photographers capture empty or abandoned structures for poignant art collections, as Rich Hendry has done with 'Data Banks.' Check out some of my favorites below.

Implications - Consumers within society today are likely to appeal to those products that are capable of evoking emotions or inspiring their imagination. Businesses that create products with mysterious or curious qualities will appeal to those consumers who relish in interacting with a product. Consumers will likely invest in products that necessitate the participation of their own creativity and innovation.