Richard Stultz ‘Choices’

In our consumer society, we are plagued with an abundance of goods to choose from. The shelves of our modern emporiums stock a cornucopia of colourfully packaged products that scream for our attention. This plethora of commodities make purchasing even the most basic of products into no easy task. Whether its canned soup or soap, Pop Tarts or paper towels, or even beer or beans. The choices appear to be endless. These products and more are the subjects of San Francisco-based photographer, Richard Stultz’s series of images entitled Choices, which captures them in their natural habitats, visualizing the repetition displayed and just how mind-numbing the experience can be.

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