Powerful Photographs That Show How Much Trash People Produce Per Week. We Should Be Ashamed.

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People actually lying about their weekly load of trash, but if people is so ashamed of how much garbage they produce per week, then why don’t they cut some unnecessary trashing?

This project called ‘7 Days of Garbage’ is designed by Gregg Segal, a photographer from California, he tries to raise people’s awareness of how much trash we produce daily by portray people from different social background in front of naturalistic sets.

Maybe it’s time for us to care more about the things we trash every day.

1. Michael, Jason, Annie, and Olivia

powerful photographs that show how much trash people produce per week 7 days of garbage

2. John

powerful photographs that show how much trash people produce per week 7 days of garbage

3. Lya, Whitney, and Kathrin

powerful photographs that show how much trash people produce per week 7 days of garbage

4. Marsha and Steven

powerful photographs that show how much trash people produce per week 7 days of garbage

5. Elias, Jessica, Azai, and Ri-karlo

powerful photographs that show how much trash people produce per week 7 days of garbage

6. Sam and Jane

powerful photographs that show how much trash people produce per week 7 days of garbage

7. James

powerful photographs that show how much trash people produce per week 7 days of garbage

8. Alfie, Kirsten, Miles, and Elly

powerful photographs that show how much trash people produce per week 7 days of garbage

9. Milt

powerful photographs that show how much trash people produce per week 7 days of garbage

10. Till and Nicholas

powerful photographs that show how much trash people produce per week 7 days of garbage

11. Dana

powerful photographs that show how much trash people produce per week 7 days of garbage

12. Susan

powerful photographs that show how much trash people produce per week 7 days of garbage

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