Klaus Pichler is an Austrian photographer who uses his talent to highlight world problems. In this series of images, entitled ‘One Third’, Pichler looks at global food scarcity and food wastage. By arranging rotting food in such an aesthetically pleasing way, Pichler is aiming to show the links between wasting food and globalised food production.
Who thought rotting food could look so good? What a clever project to make us all rethink the way we waste food.
To see more of Klaus Pichler’s amazing work, have a look at his website over here.