Photo exhibit features portraits of people who work with meat
The offbeat and interesting San Francisco quarterly meatpaper recently debuted a photo exhibit by one of its regular photogs featuring portraits of people whose livelihoods involve meat. And I know, I know, we don't live in San Fran, but more than a few of the portraits may be viewed online, and they're def. worth a glance.
The indie mag, which has been around for two years now, and was launched by a former Salon.com designer and a public radio and print journalist, features articles on topics that range boudin to roasted cicadas to meat cocktails. It was recently described by San Francisco Magazine described as "seek[ing] to fatten your imagination with a diet of articles devoted to matters of the flesh."
My fave photo is the one of the woman in pigtails, holding an upside down ... turkey? What is that? The second photo is of the magazine's two editors.
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