STORIES / Gallery 1: El Ombú Fodder Shop, 2008

Watch VideoPájaro (“The Bird”) explained to me that his customers used to be mostly farm workers. Hence the fodder shop had a very rural, rustic feel. The live fish, taxidermy animals, knives, poison, feed, and electric wires were all piled up as if it were a barn. Since the clientele has shifted to a more urban type, this has recently changed, and the store has cleaned up quite a bit.Saladillo, Buenos Aires Province
El Ombú Fodder Shop, 2008

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Pájaro (“The Bird”) explained to me that his customers used to be mostly farm workers. Hence the fodder shop had a very rural, rustic feel. The live fish, taxidermy animals, knives, poison, feed, and electric wires were all piled up as if it were a barn. Since the clientele has shifted to a more urban type, this has recently changed, and the store has cleaned up quite a bit. 

Saladillo, Buenos Aires Province