These images are from the book ‘Hungry Planet: What the World Eats’ by Peter Menzel and Faith D’Aluision. The idea behind the project is “to better understand the human diet, explore what culturally diverse families eat for a week”. These portraits feature pictures of each family with a week’s worth of food purchases.
To see all the different photos: Part I and Part II on time.com (There’re many different countries so there’s a good chance you’ll find a family from your own country.)
By Chris Sims
I’ve never been a huge fan of DragonBall Z, Akira Toriyama’s long-running story of landscape shots, shouting and occasional super ultimate planet-destroying martial arts attacks. Admittedly, that sounds like something I’d be totally into, so I’m starting to think that it’s not the story I don’t like, but just the way it’s presented.
Fortunately for me, DBZ has entered a new medium: Snack foods. As a promotion for the upcoming Battle of Gods movie, Japan’s Mini Stop convenience stores have unveiled a new line of DBZ-inspired snacks, featuring pizza-blasted Dragon Balls and the truly amazing Super Saiyan fries.
Tumblr Editor’s Note: GIMME THOSE SUPER SAIYAN FRIES.
That fry box is pretty damn cool.