Amber Haynes

art director | graphic designer

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If nothing matters, there's nothing to save.

If nothing matters, there's nothing to save.

This phrase is from Jonathan Safran Foer's book, Eating Animals, which details his decision to raise his children vegetarian. The quote references a story from the author's grandmother, who refuses to eat the pork she is offered (it isn't kosher), even though she is starving. It is also used at the end of the book to summarize his thoughts on his decision not to eat animals.

This phrase immediately brought to mind WPA posters from the 30's, more specifically ones that encouraged gardening/using the land wisely.

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