Despite the fact that the key to this work is the relationship between humans and animals, the initial idea for the project didn’t foresee any human presence as the “boss” of the beasts. But after his first shots, the need to illustrate this pairing: without their owners, the animals looked too alone in front of the camera’s lens, almost as if they were seeking out their own breeders to give them back their lost pride.
The best images have been gathered together in a photographic collection that, in part, is featured in today’s photo gallery shown above: it’s a way for all of us to re-consider what we eat and the daily stories, events and relationships that bring food to our table.
NFTs have taken the digital realm by storm, with many of the crypto-assets being sold for astronomical fees. But how can restaurants and food professionals explore the possibilities of this new technology? FDL takes a look.