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Delish! Meat stuffed into plastic containers and bottles

‘Mæt’ will either make you hungry or turn vegan. This photo series by Danish photographer Per Johansen explores ‘animal rights, over-consumption, and ethics in the meat industry’. Johansen used plastic bottles and containers as metaphors for the human stomach then stuffed each one with animal products such as chicken, eel, sausage, liver, and fish.

‘At first glance, the viewer is drawn by something seemingly aesthetic in perfect harmony’, reads the website, ‘like sausage, chicken and fish, but if you take a closer look, the motifs are marked by something decadent, disgusting and incarcerated’.

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A large container is stuffed to the brim with chicken pieces in this collection by Per Johansen
A large container is stuffed to the brim with chicken pieces in this collection by Per Johansen
A large container is stuffed to the brim with animal gizzards in this collection by Per Johansen
A large container is stuffed to the brim with octopus in this collection by Per Johansen
Three large containers are stuffed to the brim with meat in this collection by Per Johansen

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Rachel Oakley is an Aussie writer based in NYC with an obsession for the creepy, cool and quirky side of life. Some of her main passions include philosophy, art, travel, and sarcasm.

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