I’m hungry. Let’s see what’s in the fridge!
Thanks to my wife for letting me borrow her vintage toy fridge, and thanks to my friend Bob for letting me borrow his monster.
This photo was inspired by the “Weird Al” Yankovic song Livin’ in the Fridge.
The refrigerator sits on an elevated black shelf. The creature is attached with a clothespin and binder clips to one of the shelves inside the fridge. A mirror on the shelf reflects light up to the creature. A large circular diffuser (the edge of which is visible in the setup photo) is positioned above the scene, softening the ambient light in the room.
The backdrop is an image I created in Photoshop based on some vintage wallpaper. The image is projected onto a television from my laptop via an Apple TV.
Initially I was going to have the creature coming out of the middle of the refrigerator, but I decided having him heading toward the floor was more creepy.
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